Final Decree. A Dead Dog Divorce.
By Ted Summerfield
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Published: Aug. 08, 2010
Words: 12,056 (approximate)
A story of one hellish divorce, based in part on real events, in which a thieving wife steals millions of dollars from their joint accounts and then convinces her friends her husband is cheating on her in order to explain her reason for filing for divorce. A cautionary tale for both men and women.
A thieving wife, Elspith Winters, loots their joint bank accounts then convinces her friends her husband is having an affair in order to cover her tracks. Despite the years of planning she did in preparing for her Final Decree, she never once considered being outwitted by a smart female lawyer.
A story of one hellish divorce, based in part on real events, and a cautionary tale for both men and women.
, legal fiction
, cheating husband
, thieving wife
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on Aug. 31, 2010 :
A truly enlightening story of what "can" happen when the thief is your spouse. A good short story....
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