that doesn't sound fair at all. How can someone do something not illegal, and hand everything to someone else?
@lightbulb27 When I say illegal I mean an offence for which you would spend time in jail and acquire a criminal record. Divorce proceedings are based on the degree of abuse and cheating is abuse but not a jailable offence like drug dealing or stealing or assault. So you can seek punitive damages but you cannot seek criminal charges.
@jennifer_bloom. Scary. I think there is more about the details than you have provided. If indeed he lost everything based only by the details you’ve mentioned, it argues my point why I refrain from getting married.
@burlen He didn't just cheat on her with this woman but he cheated on her during their entire 35 year marriage with dozens of woman and daily threats of abandonment if she didn't let him cheat. She was jobless and uneducated and had children she could not uproot from their home so she tolerated his cheating. When her children turned 19 she divorced him.
that is punishable by death he can kill her if he wants
But it's still happening
@Twenty2 of course it's still happening, a lot of us don't listen cause we don't believe or cause we crumple to temptation.
So what were you trying to say?
That her father pities you.
It doesn't matter to me tho
@Twenty2 what you mean?
I mean your faith doesn't affect me.
@Twenty2 oo okay.
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Felony on record 5 years probation and $2,000 fine with at least 180 days of served jail time for both m or f
Everyone who said no would cheat
@bigcuband What if the couple had already broken up? What if they agreed to an open relationship? What if she cheated as revenge for him cheating?
What's right in yours eyes is still not right
If you are broken up get a divorce
@bigcuband I never tried to defend cheating. It is childish of you to pretend that I had done so. I have been the eviction a cheating wife!I am trying to point out that there are huge problems with trying to enforce such a law. Huge problems. No prosecutor would ever want to pursue such charges against anyone.If you were the innocent victim of someone else's cheating, I feel for you, but the rest of the world does not want to help you hunt down the bitch and set her on fire.
@older and wiser you asked the question and then took it personally, you don't like the answer don't ask the question, this isn't about what I think it's about what God thinks and adultery is a commandment so no matter what you feel or assume about me I am in support of the things I said, I hope you feel better and stop taking the answers personally, have a good day
@bigcuband you accused me of saying things I did not say. Don't use the Bible as an excuse for telling a lie.
@older and wiser I've accused you of nothing, your making things up
I responded to the question and you responded to me
@bigcuband Romans 12:17-19 New King James Version (NKJV)17 Repay no one evil for evil. Have[a] regard for good things in the sight of all men. 18 If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men. 19 Beloved, do not avenge yourselves, but rather give place to wrath; for it is written, “Vengeance is Mine, I will repay,” says the Lord.
There is many contradictory verses through out the bible it's those who know right and wrong, I noticed you avoided the fact that adultery is a commandment
But neither of these is your right to call me a liar unfounded
surprised on how many women say no. do a lot of women play away from home?
@manmeat It's an immoral act but punishable by law I don''t know. I do think it is unfair that it can not be used to say why a couple is getting a divorce. It has to be irreconcilable differences. To me that means you are just fighting a lot. I know people who would not have divorced their spouses had their spouses if they hadn't cheated. I guess they don't want to go back to when the innocent person got more of the assets in divorce cases but to say they just didn't get along isn't fair to the innocent party
have u ever cheeted?
@manmeat No, never will.
@PinkMichaesurprised on how many women say no. do a lot of women play away from home?
I can't speak for other women but I don't. My reasons for saying no is because the law already tells us how to parent our kids and the more you bring them in on these situations the more the law controls peoples lives. Another reason is I don't think its neccessary for our taxes to pay for people going to jail for cheating. Can we as citizens not deal with some sh! t on our own? Your partner cheats then move on. Don't make me and everyone else pay to imprison and feed them when we have murderers we need to keep off the streets instead. It's just common sense to me.