Our expert says:
If you glance back at the forum over the weeks, it is tragic how common this sort of mesage is. I don't think cheating is necessarily getting more common, but careless cheating, leaving electronic trails, seems to be becoming really common.
Chating within months of marriage suggests he was never seriously committed to the marriage anyway. And for him to now demand a divorce when discovered, is simply cowardly and pathetic. Do consult a good lawyer to ensure that you protect your rights from the start.
Is there anyone in his family, or even yours, with whom he has good communication and trust, who could speak to him about how seedy this behaviour is, and to urge him to consider marriage counselling to see what can be worked out ? If he refuses all possibilities of solving the problems he has so selfishly created, work with your lawyer to make sure he doesn't take this lightly, and rest assured that he has revealed character traits, perhaps hidden from you previously, which make him a really bad risk as a spouse, and the other woman won't find happiness with him, either, nor he with her.
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