I disagree Kyle. I'm sure there are exceptions but when I got divorced (in Ohio) I was very concerned that he would be able to collect alimony if he went after it. (I made significantly more than he did.) My attorney assured me that alimony was only given if one of the partners didn't work and was only a short term deal here in Ohio (meaning you only had a short time to get into the workforce before the courts ended the alimony payments). Since we both worked neither of us could even try for alimony according to my attorney.kyle1745 said:Seeing that he is in Ohio he has to be careful. This state will screw any man no matter what the situation.
that she is deeply depressed. I would highly recommend trying to gently prod her into going to a psychiatrist. You can't make her go but if you want to stay with her it may help. Getting the right mix of medication will be difficult to go through for you and her but getting her on medication to help control the depression might help with your relationship and with her choice of friends. She's got to want to feel better though - you can't do it for her.she asked if I knew what it was like to be in a room full of people and feel alone