(Closed) Ex-wife being difficult

posted 8 years ago in Encore
Post # 3
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Sugar bee

So sorry. I hope it goes well.  My husband had to go through an annulment too.  I would think even if she doesn’t cooperate they could proceed without her.  (I can’t remember that my husband’s ex cooperative.  But maybe.  I just remember something about her not turning paperwork in.  IDK.)

 

Good luck.  Keep us posted.

Post # 4
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Bee Keeper

My DH’s ex-wife is a super beotch too.  She’s just being spiteful.  Probably unhappy with online guy and pissed off that your Fiance found someone BETTER!

Post # 5
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

Imho, she’s probably not liking that in some way (how I feel) that the church is not liking what she did and either is her ex h and she wants to rewrite history HER way.

She probably does not like everybody knowing what she did and this is a way  that proves that. Still it shouldn’t matter to her what happens now imho.  If she would ever wish something like this would not have happened, then maybe she shouldn’t have done what she did.  Just sayin 😉 

I say that your Fiance goes for it, and has it declared anulled.  Nothing wrong w/it.  My ex h fwiw, was always angry when people heard the truth about why I divorced him.  He would tell people it was because we didn’t get along..and in the end that was true!  We didn’t get along b/c I found out he was cheatng! He went to lengths to insulate himself from having his reputation in any way tarnished, but he always found ways to continually tarnish it himself.

Hugs.  So sorry you’re n going thru this.  My FI’s ex w is also difficult at times (she was briefly unfaithful) and is attny and every once in a while, will try to stir things up if her boyfriend dumps her again.  We always know when she has been dumped b/c she goes on a mini-rampage.  She can’t stand to see my Fiance happy.     

Post # 7
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

So then it’s really a non issue and this person (the ex w) just can’t see it that way.  So sorry this is going on and I hope she sees reason soon.  It’s about spiritual differences.  Has Fiance tried to show her that it is spiritually based?

 If having a Catholic wedding in the manner you both want it for spiritual reasons is what you feel is right, then pursue it definitely.

I know that I wanted a minister to perform our ceremony (from my FI’s family church), but had originally wanted to do it on the beach on the sand right in front of our reception venue (it’s waterfront w/its own pier too).  However it was more important for Fiance and his family if we married in that church.  It means alot to him and to his parents, so I understand all of this.

 

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