I have been in an relationship with Davin Ajon Foreman for 11 years sinse April 25, of 2000. WE have been married under the common law rule after 5 years. He is under all of my military documents as if we are already married. I am an active duty member. We were scheduled to get married this August but he informs me he no longer wish to get married legally at all.
I have been supporting him since he is unemployeed everything that he ever needed i sent him the money cause he choose to stay with his family but i went to see him at least 6 months out of every year. I am currently ready to deploy again this september. on the day of our anniversary he informs me he is not aware of an anniversary and he is no longer in love with me.
i just want to get reimbursed for all of my financial support of him that comes to $4500.00. I will also like for him to get my truck out of the pound that got in pounded in dec 2012. and it is no telling how much it cost and he cant even tell me where my truck currently is. i just want reimbursement and he can go on his sorry excuse of a man way.
yes in the state of north carolina. being in the military i have moved constantly so at the most time we spent i would have to say fl.
Yes that would be correct Mr. Esquire.
my bad south carolina is what this document says.
I was just told he no longer wished to be together on thursday which was our anniversary. So, i am filing for it within this month. i just wanted to know my rights before hand.
thank you very much for your assistance in this matter. Have a great night/day.
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