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Clifton Forge, VA

#1 Dec 31, 2012
Do any of you know of a lawyer that will help a female in dire need of a divorce? I want a lawyer who will suck every dime from my worthless husband and save my tortured soul....... Anyone?
LMFAO

Charlottesville, VA

#3 Jan 1, 2013
Call Washington and Lee University they are helping me and believe me they are good if you are having trouble with money. If not go talk to Mike Massey in Fincastle. He is great.
best attorney

United States

#4 Jan 1, 2013
ELLEN ARTHUR LEXINGTON VA
buster

Washington, DC

#5 Jan 1, 2013
Everyone bad mouths mark persue but he is the shit. got custody and big big mwv money from my ex
Great

Saint Albans, WV

#6 Jan 1, 2013
Ellen Arthur out of Lexington is wonderful but expensive although well worth every penny especially since he is paying half of my lawyer fees thanks 2 her :)
omg

Eagle Rock, VA

#8 Jan 1, 2013
yep she dnt like men so go for her
Ellen Arthur

Covington, VA

#9 Jan 1, 2013
She is the best!
curious

Covington, VA

#10 Jan 6, 2013
Why do you think you deserve every dime your husband has? Just curious because most women think they deserve everything. Has he abused you and not worked paying the bills while you are sitting home? Lets hear about this. I have seen so many guys screwed by a money grubbing biotch.
Mtn man

Covington, VA

#11 Jan 6, 2013
AMEN! The guy always gets screwed.
Ha Ha

Washington, DC

#12 Jan 7, 2013
Nah.. It's the woman that's gettin' screwed.. By some other dude(s)...
Rob W

United States

#13 Jan 7, 2013
Damn str8 the man gets beat,if u looking for money i see why he treats u bad, dats all u are bout......maybe u should think im greedy thats why we didnt work out
Great

Moneta, VA

#14 Jan 7, 2013
The fact that I devoted my life to raising our kids & I worked the entire 27years we were married & the fact that he decided to have an affair with a money grubbing home wrecking whore that dumped him when she found out he couldn't afford to take care of her & her 2 boys b/c he by law has to keep me in the lifestyle he put me in gives me the right to his money & btw, I LOVE MWV money
Ha Ha

Washington, DC

#15 Jan 7, 2013
"he by law has to keep me in the lifestyle HE PUT ME IN gives me the right to his money & btw, I LOVE MWV money" ... Sounds like " Narcissistic Personality Disorder".. this false sense of entitlement...
mwv

Covington, VA

#16 Jan 7, 2013
why is it every woman around here want a man that works for westvaco so they can try to get somethin out of it
Anyways

Covington, VA

#17 Jan 7, 2013
If certain "MEN" were taught growing up not to drop their pants to their ankles every time a pu$$ was spread in their face, women wouldn't get the best end of the deal. I am not saying that women don't cheat, but MORE "men" do then women! Men and women alike that cheat weren't raised WELL at all! Their home training did them NO good! I guess they practice what they are taught.
Ha Ha

Washington, DC

#18 Jan 7, 2013
Who cares about who cheated on who..? This is about the female entitlement mentally, the end product of a culture that places self-esteem and empowerment above fairness and common sense. You don't see men hittin' the Mrs up for money when she cheats and sh*t doesn't work out... In fact, half the time even when they are in the wrong, they still have the nerve ...
Ha Ha

Washington, DC

#19 Jan 7, 2013
It's alarming that women sincerely believe believe they have a rightful claim to most or all of what you earned with your own sweat and labour, REGARDLESS OF WHO IS AT FAULT for the failure of the marriage. When women divorce you they are even more greedy, more disgusting and more amoral than a common burglar. After all, deep down, even burglars know they’re not actually entitled to the stuff they pinch.
Honestly

Newport News, VA

#20 Jan 8, 2013
I've always wondered why in the hell money has to be thrown around when relationships go South??!!!!! A man/woman wanting a divorce or what not, should still be financially responsible for their children if they have them. However, why should they have to financially support their ex spouse??? I'm a female and I really have a hard time with this concept. I think women need to realize that men aren't some sort of piggy bank. Perhaps standing on their own 2 feet wouldn't hurt!
Rob W

United States

#21 Jan 8, 2013
If u worked the whole 27 years then u really aint under his lifestyle,and another if u cant prove he cheated then you got alot road ahead lawyer fees and court cost,and still might take a few years to get the courts to sign off, by law he dont have to sign the papers,by law he can say yall still together and you gotta wait longer,if you dont have pics then you better forget bout mwv money and think of mcdonalds money,
Ha Ha

Washington, DC

#22 Jan 8, 2013
Mad respect for you Honestly... and mad respect for all women that want to be treated equal and act accordingly.. and don't take advantage of the system and expect a double standard.. You lady's that do expect a double standard and an unlimited sense of entitlement have trampled on the rights of other people and REALLY! set the modern woman back..

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