Get Set

The lawyer called later during the week with news about the case. It had taken a lot on his part, but he had gotten the case to be brought before the courts quickly due to the time constraints placed on the situations. School started sooner where we planning to take the children then where we... Continue Reading →

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Underbelly Exposed

As predicted before the end of the week was out, Walter tried to take money out of the account. It got him arrested. From there the drama jumped to the level of daytime soap opera. The phone rang and when I answered it I was greeted by a tirade. “You got me arrested. You bitch.... Continue Reading →

Bank Business

My daughter demanded to know how my Ex got his hands on her and her brother’s money and as she peppered the manager with questions I could tell the man was not used to such a forceful and determined young person. “Have the papers been filed against him?” she asked our lawyer. “Yes,” he replied.... Continue Reading →

Storm Winds

When I saw the paperwork had a forgery of my signature I was livid. I took out both my ID and drivers license and slapped them onto the table. “That is my signature.” I pointed to the letter. “There is no way I would give that man consent to have access to my children’s money.”... Continue Reading →

Shot Across the Bow

The lawyer broke into a huge smile. “Fraud,” said Mr. Divine. “Correct,” came the reply. “And theft of thousands of dollars from the children that he used on whores.” “So what should we do? Bring this to the custody hearing for the kids or countersue?” “I love how this woman thanks,” said the lawyer. “He... Continue Reading →

Money Lessons

I came home from visiting Noel to find everyone in the kitchen cooking. We got to talking and after I told them about the incident that happened while I was as Noel’s. It prompted a lesson about money and how to make it work for you. The conversation had the children’s full attention and when... Continue Reading →

Bank Battle

I watched Noel as she called the bank number she found in the telephone directory for what seemed like the tenth time. After the fifth call, Noel put each subsequent call on speaker for me to hear. She pressed various extensions to try to speak to someone but the phone just kept ringing. “Now tell... Continue Reading →

Bank On That

I went to visit my friend Noel after I came back from my trip to Europe to just relax and catch up on how things were going. While we were sitting there, her mail came in and I speak talk she opened the letters. When she ripped open the last one her growl of frustration... Continue Reading →

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