It’s only natural to want to seek revenge, or even the score when your spouse or significant other has cheated on you. Many victims of infidelity resort to revenge cheating or retaliatory affairs to get back at a cheating mate. Other infidelity victims get even with the cheater in destructive, or even violent ways.
If you want really get revenge on a cheating spouse, find a way to do it legally or financially. Otherwise, it’s just not worth your time. There are legal ways to deal the cheater a devastating blow without doing something that will put you on the wrong side of the law. See a divorce attorney or a financial advisor who can tell you what your legal and financial options are. Revenge is so much better when it’s done legally. Consider some of the tactics below:
Take possession of the house for yourself and the children in a way that the cheater still has to pay the mortgage on it, even though he can’t live there anymore.Get the court to require the cheater to fork over so much alimony or child support that it will put a serious crimp in the cheater’s lifestyle and standard of living.
Have the courts require the cheater to sell his or her business or other assets to provide you with your fair share of the marital assets.Think how deeply will it hurt the cheater to only be able to see his children on weekends and holidays.How devastating would it be for a wife to lose custody of her children because you’ve proven in court that she’s an unfit mother.
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