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I am a father who has had a past but has done everything to correct those errors and was given to believe that my marriage was strong, until Dec 15, 2000. I had started school full time via the VA while my wife rejioned the Army. After a period of 18 months, she received unaccompanied orders for Korea. Upon her return she stated that she wanted a divorce citing that she was not at ease with me, and that "God" had told her so. It was later that I found out that she had an affair while in Korea and that she became engaged to that "mam." We have two girls of which we have a great relationship. However, because of my past (8 years ago), the "courts" sided with my wife, despite the fact that the relationship that my girls and I had and that I was bringing them up by myself without any family support, going to school full time, and being fully active in our church. Why should I be made to suffer and pay for my wife's errors and total seperation from my girls? (Last changed: February 26, 2006)
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