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Author: gusev Subject: Living with your Ex after divorce
jtrada
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posted on 03-11-2012 at 17:45 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Living with your Ex after divorce

I am getting a divorce but with our financial state and two kids we have decided to live together for about a year. Is this normal or something I am doing just to keep her in my life.
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posted on 04-10-2012 at 07:58 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
different but alright

Some couples that go through a divorce do this, to help with bills. But keep in mind that in order for the courts to accept it as being separated, you will need to prove that you guys stayed in separate bedrooms and there was no reconciling, as in no sexual encounters during this time. You would also need to prove that the bills and financial state was that of a roommate situation, ie- you each pay half of all bills regarding the house, and that you can work as a team, although separate, to raise the children. The separation of bills includes groceries. Roommates dont typically share food that was bought from one or the other. Or at least, not the bulk of it. You will need to make separate meals for yourself and your spouse. This part may be tricky, but you can find some way to do something that will work for the both of you.
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posted on 06-22-2012 at 12:50 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Living with Ex

I also had to live with my ex for a few months after we decided to get a divorce for the same reasons: financial. We both needed as much money as we could get to start our separate lives and me spending $2000 a month on a furnished apartment or (God help me) a hotel room was out of the question. Plus, did I really want to move TWICE? No thank you.

Although I couldn't stand being in the same room with her, I did as much as I could outside or in a different part of the house. It's true you have to live in separate bedrooms and you can't show any signs of reconciliation...which wasn't a problem for me. My wife was having an affair and had been lying to me for probably a year. I lost all respect and thus love for her.

It's tough to do but if there is no other choice, you just have to suck it up and do it.
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posted on 07-18-2012 at 13:12 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
do what you gotta do

Obviously that is a hard thing to do and if you are both willing to put up with the emotional stress that will come with it than by all means do what you have to do to keep life as easy as possible for everything while youre going through that kind of struggle
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posted on 07-08-2018 at 16:49 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
correct solution

'I am getting a divorce but with our financial state and two kids we have decided to live together for about a year. Is this normal or something I am doing just to keep her in my life. '

Very practical solution to financial problems.
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