After having my kids last week where my daughter was excitedly planning her upcoming birthday party, (it was going to be a sleepover on Valentine’s Day and she was soooo excited about it), I have the following conversation with my ex after an already exceedingly crappy day:
Him: So… how can you have both kids birthday parties? That isn’t fair at all.
Me: Because they want them here. You can have one for them too.
Him: Yeah, a sleepover for her friends. That’s the plan.
Me: Like its fair that I won’t have either kid for Tday ever. Or tat I don’t get to use either one on taxes. Yep… fair.
Him: You can have his party, I’ll have hers. I pay their healthcare and that’s more than an exemption on taxes – sidenote. it’s not… they’re like 7000 for a write off for him… healthcare um… 3600 a year and he gets to use that as a write off also
Him: And you have J’s two kids as well for exemptions
Me: No I don’t. He fairly divided with HIS ex. One each AND we’re filing separately, so no I don’t.
Him: I really tried to be as fair as I could! I promise!
Me: Okay. Whatever. Conversation is over
Me (About 10 minutes later): You cut my pay, you refuse to pay me what you owe me, you made me pay half of the business taxes which I’m not responsible for, but you don’t bat an eye loaning your friend money (10k). You are not fair.
Him: I will write you your check this week. I never intended to delay that. I’m sorry
Yeah… we’ll that conversation happened on Monday… He still hasn’t signed any checks for the office (yes, I still work for the him). I’m not holding my breathe that I’ll get a check from him this week either. And yes, he had full intentions of delaying payment to me. He’s gotten angry with me for not collecting monies from companies that owe us and stated that that’s where his money to pay me was going to come from, even though I know full and well that he has the money to pay me. So… I don’t know how to actually TRUST that.
Oh yea… I can’t…
Oh well… Nothing I can do, but bide my time and get papers ready to file for contempt of court case.