Whether or not we're talking about you, the advice you've been given still apply to others in similar situation.Back up i am not talking about me but seeing the way of the world it seemed only natural for some might want to get some sort of revenge him / her if they felt abused
Hi would you report your partner if you knew that he /she had committed a crime while you were with them ie insurance fraud stealing lying about some thing illegal after you have parted for good
Slippery slope when the motive for reporting this "crime" is not based on principle, but on revenge. If that is the case, such an act is only telling the children that you can be "selective" on "principle" depending on how the outcome affects you.
Excuse me if it takes food out the kids mouth WTF. Plus whatever it is the OP has known about this already. My meaning was simple don't hurt your kids trying to get revenge on your ex. Sometimes people forget about the kids. The kids don't need to have all this childish revenge going on. If some people would start putting the kids first, they would not have time for Bulls....
I would think the kids aren't aware of the fraud in question. I mentioned the kids because if the crime is such that one of their parents ends up in prison then this will impact their lives greatly.
:iagree:I would think the kids aren't aware of the fraud in question. I mentioned the kids because if the crime is such that one of their parents ends up in prison then this will impact their lives greatly.
If the BS knew about the crime beforehand and didn't report it then they are complicit in it after the fact (keeping in mind that I'm no lawyer or criminologist.)
If principle was all that was involved, the BS should've reported the crime when he or she first found out about it.