Our expert says:
Of course you're not the problem ! But maybe he thought his declaration of intent to divorce would shock you and give him some sort of advantage - and he may have been appalled to find you thought the same, and you so calmly went ahead with preparations - that wasn't what he expected ! Now he doesn't want to say he's changed his mind, or that he didn't mean it so seriously, or whatever - wouldnt want to suggest he was wrong - but doesn't know what else to do but stall, and say as little as possible, and hope it all goes away.
I wonder how he'd react if he received letters about this stuff from your lawyers ?
Is it practical for you to speak to his family about what he said to you, and how he has reacted when you accepted his suggestion - and what do they think is going on ? Is it possible he did mention it to them and they insisted he must not do this ?
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