Woman whose foetus died at week 29 seeking advice for divorce from neglecting husband

Number of View: 164 Hi Gilbert, I got married when I was 4-month pregnant. Unfortunately, the baby passed away in my womb at week 29. After which, I was left all alone to overcome my loss. My husband always go travelling without me and never inform until very last minute. Every Saturday he will spend his whole day outside. We seldom go out together as a couple. I tolerate everything he did to me. He keep accusing me of killing the baby. We stay with his mum who is a dialysis patient. The flat that we stay in is bought under his mum and his name. Finally, I moved out because he accused me of wanting to kill his mum. I have moved out for 15 months now. The whole marriage is 3 years old. Can I ask what can I get out from this divorce since I don’t have kid and the flat is not under my name? He has hired a lawyer to file the divorce – in this kind of divorce should I also hire my own lawyer? Thanks. Karen Editor’s note: we have forwarded this mail to our legal counsel for his opinion. We have also …

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Can SMS be held as evidence against flirting husband?

Number of View: 353 Dear Gilbert, Recently I found out my hubby is meeting up online China girls and saw his SMS conversation with all the girls. I have snapshot all the SMS evidence, he has promised me that he will never do it again. I wanted to draft up a agreement that if he do it again, let me find out his adultery, I wanted 100% of the house, car, lump sum of money and maintenance fee. Is it possible to do it in front of the lawyer as witness? Another thing, I also wanted to give him the letter of divorce to know that I’m serious. But I’m sure he won’t sign the letter. Can I check the cost of the letter just to make sure he won’t repeat again? Regards, Ally ************** Dear Gilbert/Ally. STRICTLY PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL AND FOR REFERENCE ONLY The SMS screen-shots, in my personal view, constitute circumstantial as opposed to cogent evidence of the allegation of adultery against the husband. Cogent evidence means that the evidence must directly relate to the act of adultery, e.g. video footage of the man being intimate with one or more of the China women, etc. Circumstantial evidence …

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