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How many of you came to Thailand divorced or Separated?

How many of you are separated/ divorced and then came to Thailand?  

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Just now, georgegeorgia said:

Australia for one.

Anything relationship without marriage after 2 years is considered a de facto which means partner rights in regard to assets etc

 

not sure about the UK ? Or the USA ?

Yes, UK same, known as "common law" husband/wife

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15 minutes ago, georgegeorgia said:

Australia for one.

Any  relationship without marriage after 2 years is considered a de facto which means partner rights in regard to assets etc

 

not sure about the UK ? Or the USA ?

Same in UK and most US states.

I think the trick is to make sure they always have their own home, so they can't claim yours.

But then, what women is gonna accept a man that doesn't buy (rent?) them a house.

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4 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Same in UK and most US states.

I think the trick is to make sure they always have their own home, so they can't claim yours.

But then, what women is gonna accept a man that doesn't buy (rent?) them a house.

an independent woman who knows what she wants?

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On 8/18/2019 at 3:09 PM, BritManToo said:

My Brit wife dumped me age 52, proclaiming I would never have sex with a woman again now she didn't want me.

Came to Thailand to get away from women ....... flight was cheap ....... when I got here I realised I had made a mistake.

But at least the 40+ much younger women I banged while out here proved my Brit wife totally wrong.

And even though I paid most of them, they all showed me more love and affection than my Brit wife of 30 years.

 

Not seen the 4 Brit kids since I left over 10 years back.

Oldest daughter (30+ )came out to Chiang Mai to see me, I didn't reply or meet her.

Oldest son (30+) sent me a photo of his recently born daughter, I blocked him.

They both sided with her during the divorce, I've got no time for traitors.

I also sent the Brit wife a postcard photo of the woman I moved in with (half her age, half her weight and twice as pretty), with the word 'thanks' written as the message.

You can't see me doing this but I am standing in front of computer clapping loudly in your honor.  You're my new hero.  Sorry about your children though, that's tragic.  Still - standing ovation.

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1 hour ago, georgegeorgia said:

Australia for one.

Any  relationship without marriage after 2 years is considered a de facto which means partner rights in regard to assets etc

 

not sure about the UK ? Or the USA ?

I never heard anything like this. Other posters write it is the same in the USA and UK. It is shocking. I lived some years in the USA. Good that I had so much work that I never had time for a longer more serious relationship. 

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Why do people ask questions like this...for what purpose do they seek to know the answers?

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On 8/18/2019 at 5:57 PM, Kadilo said:

I see the hoops some guys I know jump through to keep their women happy and for most they are just bang average.  Some of the guys are lucky to get a monthly <deleted>. 

 

I also see their faces when I answer their questions and the obvious disappointment that they can’t join me. I tell them best they don’t because they would be divorced within a year. 

You sir, hit the nail right on the head.

 

All of my mates, well most of them, constantly complain about their wives of 30 years but won't divorce them because it will cost them too much, i.e. family business in with the wifes name, properties etc etc

 

They all tell me how lucky I was back then and am now, and what a stunner of a Thai wife I have, who has a brain, can cook, is not up herself and shags me 3 times a week, nearly putting my lights out in the 1st year (heart attack), 12 years later, nothing's changed, she's still the same animal I met back then, as for my mates, who cares 🙂

 

One of them said to me the other day, are you still with that Asian chick and I replied, she's not Asian, she's Thai, and yes was my answer, r u still with your wife I asked, with his reply being, can we stick on the subject of your wife mate, she is more interesting...lol

 

I have to admit, I am one of the lucky ones, because I have heard some shocking stories even seen the split ups, sadly this is a worldwide problem, not just Thailand, it's in the species, if you allow it (financially).

 

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On 8/18/2019 at 1:32 PM, wgdanson said:

Not ANOTHER pointless poll.

 

You missed out WIDOWED in your choices.

ERRRR what about we widows?

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On ‎8‎/‎19‎/‎2019 at 8:23 AM, spidermike007 said:

It is a fairly dumb question. I would say nearly all of us came here divorced. Why? Because we came from countries where a large percentage of the women are lost. The US is the utter embodiment of a nation that has lost it's footing, has really never found it's identity, and has a population of women, 90% of whom, have no ability, willingness, wherewithal, or desire to connect with, manifest, or embody their inner woman, or express femininity for anything other than personal gain. The US is on the decline, and has been for the past 30-40 years.

 

It is the Western Roman Empire, in the late 5th century AD, prior to Odoacer marching on Rome. 

 

As a bloke, I assume you're a bloke' can you expand on how women 'embody their inner woman' ? 

 

Looking forward to this

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34 minutes ago, 4MyEgo said:

All of my mates, well most of them, constantly complain about their wives of 30 years but won't divorce them because it will cost them too much, i.e. family business in with the wifes name, properties etc etc

 

In my experience, most are not as "stuck" as they believe themselves to be.  In the West, the mentality is....the more money you have the happier you will be.

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5 hours ago, georgegeorgia said:

Nowadays in the West, a relationship longer than 2 years is usually considered a de facto relationship and your partner has the same rights as if married

Not so for the UK - if you are referring to 'common law' husband/wife this is an urban myth and has no legal definition whatsoever unless you can show you actually contributed financially to the relationship in which case its only right you get something out of it.

 

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