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Una separación de la unión amistosa como Respuesta a la Oración



Una separación de la unión amistosa como Respuesta a la Oración
10 de diciembre 2013
 Hola, Amigos
Como muchos de ustedes saben de las cartas anteriores Lyn, mi esposa de 34 años , había pedido el divorcio en el otoño de 2012 . Se trata de una actualización de su formalización jurídica y algunos aspectos excepcionalmente positivos de los activos que se dividen.

Lyn sugirió: " Me gustaría hacer como parte del acuerdo por escrito que aspiramos a mantenernos en contacto con las necesidades del otro. Y si uno de nosotros se convierte en la necesidad de que tratamos de ayudar a la otra.”

“¿Podríamos nombrar unos a otros como beneficiarios de nuestros activos? " Escribí Lyn.

Ella respondió: " Bueno, eso es algo que estoy dispuesto a hacer. "

Tenemos un pagaré por $ 16.000 en la que la persona se tambalea en pagar por ti. "Voy a asumir la responsabilidad por ello", Lyn se ofreció en nuestro encuentro con nuestro mediador abogado.

Una de mis mayores preocupaciones ha sido que si por casualidad Lyn muere yo tendría poca ingreso  mensual desde que no tengo una pensión. Aprendí y le dije a Lyn unas cuatro horas antes de una de nuestras reuniones de mediación con un abogado que si estábamos separados legalmente en lugar de divorciados que tengo derecho a una prestación de supervivencia pensión de $ 460 al mes .

 Luego, en la reunión Lyn respondió a mi preocupación, " Para aliviar la ansiedad de Jim, ya que ninguno de nosotros está involucrado con otra persona, yo estoy dispuesto a simplemente tener una " separación legal "en lugar de un divorcio.

Su respuesta trajo lágrimas a mis ojos. Eso me hizo sentir realmente importaba.

 Todo esto está escrito en nuestro acuerdo, que nos hizo oficial el 12 de noviembre.

Parece que Dios respondió a las muchas oraciones por nosotros en formas que no nos esperábamos. Este acuerdo, que ha ayudado a permanecer en una relación amistosa no sólo nosotros ayudará, pero también nuestras interacciones familiares. Gracias por sus oraciones .

Shalom ,


Jim

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