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1 hour ago, catman20 said:

im surprised this sort of thing dose not happen more all over the world.

He should have known that in thailand he owns NOTHING! not the land, not the home, he is at the mercy of his wife as all falangs are in this country! no big secret here!

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24 minutes ago, GOLDBUGGY said:

It never used to be this way. It just started in the West after equal rights where thrown around in Divorce Courts so much with Bra Burning Women complaining they are not being treated fairly by their cheating husbands. .

 

So now you can have a wife that screws around on you while you are at work supporting her, then sue you later for Divorce and get to keep the house you paid for, to share with her new boyfriend, as she had your child they will now raise together. You end up paying child support for many years to come for a child you hardly see anymore. 

 

You call that Justice? It is no small wonder why many people in the West take the law into their own hands after divorce proceedings when they end up with something like this. .  

 
 
 
 

i guess guys shudda paid their support more often

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6 minutes ago, wvavin said:

I am not surprised by such incidents in Thailand. Its always the same old game play by majority of the Thai women as for this case, she got "burnt"!

 

majority??? lol

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49 minutes ago, GOLDBUGGY said:

All I can say is that if I did this when the same thing happened to me a couple of times,  I would be in jail now for a double homicide. Maybe a triple homicide if you want to include one of the x's boyfriend, which I would have gladly thrown in for free. 

 

There is no excuse for attempted murder but I got to admit that it sure has got to hurt a lot more when you are 60 years old and probably too old to rebuild. Then get locked out of your house and with no place to live either. 

Shouldn't have put all your eggs into one basket...

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1 hour ago, SOTIRIOS said:

...''happen more around the world'......hogwash....

 

...it happens here in epidemic proportions...yet most victims...the hapless foreign husbands suffer silently....

 

...this is not justice...it is injustice....

 

...and it's time for the foreign governments to speak up.....

 

...the husbands and the children are the victims.....

 

...of greedy calculating 'wives' that never were wives or mothers....just calculating blood suckers....

 

 

 

 

It's not injustice - it's just following the law. Any land will be in the wife's name, (unless it has been registered to one of these phony companies) and in all probability house, cars etc. will be the same.

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1 hour ago, SOTIRIOS said:

...''happen more around the world'......hogwash....

 

...it happens here in epidemic proportions...yet most victims...the hapless foreign husbands suffer silently....

 

...this is not justice...it is injustice....

 

...and it's time for the foreign governments to speak up.....

 

...the husbands and the children are the victims.....

 

...of greedy calculating 'wives' that never were wives or mothers....just calculating blood suckers....

 

 

 

 

DH's need there money transferred,because they are clueless.

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Good reasons not to marry a Thai woman,   especially if she wants you to build a house for you both up on her families rice farm, 

that you will never have any right to,  when it all turns to shit...    Must be a lot of houses financed by farangs , now owned by Thais. 

And poor farang has to walk away with nothing...    Better to buy a condo on a freehold title, in your own name.    Tell her you will leave it to her when you croak, as usually the woman is much younger, so will out live you..     But don't buy a condo too high up with a balcony, or you might fall off one dark night in a drunken state,,     hahaha....     

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1 hour ago, williamgeorgeallen said:

many guys i know have walked away from almost anything but they are still happy just to have their freedom back.

 

Yes, three times I have walked away leaving most behind. Freedom, Dignity, and Quality of life is the key to happiness, possessions don't really count for that much. That said my pensions were/are untouchable, if those had been given away, I may have snapped. I don't even dislike the women that took from me, couples just grow apart 80% of the time. I feel a bit proud that they have been a bit better off when I leave. All of them have tried to come back but when its over its over.

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