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Divorce, Interium Protection Order, Child Custody

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asked on Sep 28, 2014 at 18:34
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Exactly 2 years ago, on this date, I received a S.P. from my now ex wife. From then, my life, my 6 yr old son life went yoyo.

I invite fellow forumers to pen in their thoughts about the positive and negative effects on the both sides of the divide.

I thank you all for your honest contributions.
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answered on Sep 29, 2014 at 19:58
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I now regret divorcing my first husband.
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answered on Sep 29, 2014 at 21:17
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@suzy

Did u do a posting with similar contents under "yen yen".. Well be Happy and move on..

Btw, what makes regret.?  Care to share.??
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answered on Sep 30, 2014 at 19:09
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@bladirunner
If the Suzy is the Suzy that I know, I think it is more about timing.
Correct person at the wrong time and wrong person at the right time.

@Suzy, where are you from?
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answered on Sep 30, 2014 at 19:31
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@blackgammon,...    @suzy

Care to share?

Tq to both..
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answered on Sep 30, 2014 at 19:51
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@Justice4Father
Just want to get you right, so you ex wife initiated a divorce 2 years ago and you agreed, and you have got the custody of your son but life has been difficult for you and your son?
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answered on Sep 30, 2014 at 20:26
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@blackgammon,

1/Nope, i did not agree to the divorce. I wrote S.P.
2/I fought and got JC
3/I did not say Life is difficult, i enjoyed bonding with my son. BUT.. Imagine my son has to shuttle between 2 homes weekly, sch hols, public hols, festivals, school activities, bullied by school mates, punished by unresonable teachers, irregular dinners and sleeping hours, life for him and me is definitely like a yoyo.!! There can be no fixed timetable, it changes every alternate days.

Btw, can u share something about the suzy that you know.?? Then we compare notes..!! Thks..
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answered on Oct 1, 2014 at 21:04
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@father4justice, may I ask what issue that leads to the divorce? so S.P. from both sides mean a 'fight' in the court?

As for Suzy, again, provided the Suzy is the Suzy that I know, she got married in her mid 20s to a guy who is like ... >10 years her junior, men at that age, of course, very career minded, she told me that he was kind of cold towards her? For once she even suspected whether he was a gay!!
He was kind of moody, talked to my friend more if his mood was good, ignored my friend if he was not in the mood. Suzy told me that how she wished she knew about "sit down and talk it out", but then again, if the other party doesn't talk ....

She was trapped in the law that one can only file a divorce after married for 2 years (unless there is some violence stuff involved, I remember I used to tell her that what she was encountering that time could be considered as 'mental torture')

She has hinted to him that she wanted a divorce, I remember the first time was like < 1 year they got married? but he thought she was not serious I supposed, so 2 years passed, the next thing I know, she already left her hometown.

When she was his age and doing business on her own, she told me that she now understand how he felt at the time, but it was too late.

He doesn't even talk to her now, I guess she hurt him too much, she is living in her past all the time, wishing that she can start all over again, I feel sad looking at her.
And don't know what happened I heard the reason for their
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answered on Oct 1, 2014 at 21:08
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Sorry, please ignore "And don't know what happened I heard the reason for their"
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answered on Oct 1, 2014 at 21:36
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@blackgammon..

I am replying and is not the originator of this post,

U were refering to my "suzy"

1/S.P. means single petition, also means one person wants to divorce, the other dunwant.
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3/The suzy who posted here is not the same suzy as yours. That one ada batang.... kayu, a cane..
4/Your suzy married a teenage boy, did they get parental consent for marriage..? Well go and be a knight in shining armor, just like the Crusaders..
5/You like to play the "black" pieces in backgammon??, sorry i hate to play the white pcs. sure loose to u..

Tq.. and Good Day..
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answered on Oct 1, 2014 at 22:08
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When my first wife asked me to sign the Joint Petition for divorce, I thought the divorce would be a temporary divorce, meaning we would re-register again later.

I didn't even tell my mother about the divorce until she asked why my wife didn't come for CNY two years in a row.

It finally occurred to me 2 years that the divorce was not temporary when people told me about her and the kwai lo.
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