Oprah Winfrey once said, “If a man hits you once, he will hit you again.”
Well, I can go even further than that, “If your partner cheats on you once, your partner will cheat on you again.” (male or female). But relax, there are 100 ways to get revenge against a soon-to-be ex.
After all, human beings are creatures of habit, and wild sex is a hard habit to break for most people. So, instead of stocking up on hope, and rebuilding a failed relationship, how about preparing for an all out war on your soon-to-be ex?
If the relationship looks like it might be over, here are some things you should plan to do now, instead of waiting for your court date. Don’t expect that your partner is going to be honest with the judge, more than likely, your partner will tell any possible lie they can, in order the outcome more helpful to them.
Start planning these steps now:
1. Set up hidden cameras
Let’s say you know, or suspect your partner is abusive with your children. Now is the time to start capturing those moments on video camera. Search Google for “spy cams” or “hidden cameras” and you will find some reputable dealers.
Any time you capture some scenes to support your claims, make sure you save them, so you can later hand them over to your attorney.
2. Voice activated audio recorders
These are easier to set up than video, and can even be connected to your telephone line, so you can record conversations your partner is having while you’re not around (you should check with the local laws in your state to make sure it’s legal).
These are also great when you only suspect your partner is up to no good. It might quickly verify your suspicions, and allow you to get the upper hand, and go on the early offensive.
3. Photograph all personal items
You don’t know how the court might decide to divide things up. Of course the house, cars and boats will already be on record, but not smaller things that were purchased from stores.
Make sure you not only photograph, but also date personal items that both you and your partner own. Why? Because you don’t know if your partner might decide to steal something before they move out, or the case goes to court. Or, you don’t know if your partner will just say they never owned such a thing, after they make it disappear.
Photograph any gifts you gave to him, or her, because they can be considered community property in court.
4. Guns and other weapons
Itemize all guns that your spouse has. This includes legal and illegal ones that might not be registered. Write down every serial number after you have taken photos of them.
This comes in handy if you decide to put a restraining order on your partner. You can tell the police that you are afraid he might harm you, and you can bring up the fact that your partner has a small weapons stockpile, and they might take the guns away temporarily. Mentioning the illegal weapons could be a reason to put your partner behind bars!
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