Numbers Don’t Lie

What would you think if a court docket for a divorce proceeding has 179 entries to date?

Or if I told you that of these 179 entries on the court docket, 138 (77%) are items filed by the ex-wife?

Or if I told that you that of the 41 items filed by the ex-husband, 41% are informative only (financial affidavits, address changes, notices of compliance, parenting class certificate, etc.) and that less than 10% are motions or petitions?

Or that out of 6 motions for contempt filed by the ex-wife, 6 (100%) were related to or demanding money?

I would say: these numbers speak volumes all by themselves.

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I am endlessly trying to make sense of a world that has completely and unapologetically lost its mind.
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4 Responses to Numbers Don’t Lie

  1. kelly says:

    They say that she's a drama- seeking, gold-digging, vindictive psycho. There's nothing like data to backup what you already know!

  2. But it's all about the children, right?! I'm sure your DH is the ONLY one concerned about money. She's ONLY concerned about “what's best for the kids” I'm sure.

    BARF. My hat is off to you guys! These women make me nuts! šŸ™‚

  3. Crys says:

    Gah, they certainly do. Here's to hoping maybe it will stay at that number for a while.

  4. Smirking Cat says:

    Ha ha, the court was already added to today, Crys. Some people live for filing paperwork, whining about things they are 100% responsible for, pointing the finger at everyone else, and feeling important for at least a little while, no matter how pathetic they really are.

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