Want things to get worse? Do something worse!
In family law it is often desired by a party to do something to get back at the other spouse. The awful soon-to-be-ex did something first that was mean, so they want retribution and to do something meaner. Usually this is a very bad idea. Two wrongs don’t make a right and it may well get you into trouble.
John and Jenifer were married. John had an affair with Jane. Jane was married to Jim. So, guess what Jenifer did? She had an affair with Jim! It did not make things better…
There’s a reported case where the soon-to-be-ex-husband threw all of the wife’s clothes in the driveway, squirted them with lighter fluid and lit them afire. This conduct did not make things better.
Unless you want to end up in the War of Roses, stop doing things to make things worse.
Matthew Thompson is a Divorce Attorney in Mississippi and advises all of his clients to abstain from doing things to make things worse.