Coulda, woulda, shoulda.
Law doesn't work like that.
No kids are involved.
Ok, then I gotta ask. Like Poland much?
Because if You don't and there's nothing that ties You down here ( no job ) my advice is as follows.
Hoof it. Scram. Go on a lam. Get the hell out of Dodge.
A Polish family court is a place notoriously unfriendly towards foreigners. 9/10 judges over there happen to be female.
So You'll basically have Your wife crying to another older Polish woman about what kind of a ******* You were and the other woman nodding in sympathy, then handing down the verdict.
In that light her threats about taking at least half don't sound that funny any more.
Funny thing is that I currently am unemployed.
Yeah and we all here know what that means. Now the problem is how said Polish family court is going to approach this and I'll tell You right now how it will go down:
Your ex will cry and say You're a bastard that never supported her and how poor and broke ( she needs to be poor and broke for the judge to grant her and not the kids alimony in Poland ) she is because of it, said old female judge will nod in sympathy, then You'll be asked a dozen and one questions about Your education, previous work experience, etc. Then said judge, who was raised in communism by the way, will, I **** You not, determine how much she thinks an American of Your education and work experience can earn, then she will pass the alimony verdict based on that assumption.
Again, if You're shaking Your head in disbelief I can only say I **** You not, I've seen it happen.
That judgement will be executable up to the point of them actually going after the salary You earn in U.S.
So take my advice and I'm sure a U.S. lawyer with a good head on his shoulders will figure a way for You to divorce her out of the U.S.
At the Warsaw Law faculty, one day a week the trainee lawyers, take on cases and give advice to people that can't afford legal fees, I guess you have no job and your parents are paying you less than minimum wage, here is a link give it a go: uw.edu.pl/en/page.php/about_uw/faculties.html#law
All cases are supervised by a qualified law expert, I am sure your case will be a novelty for them.
This case might be challenging for a Polish qualified lawyer, not to mention poor students doing cases between exams.
Well, she already has a new boyfriend who I found out she slept with already. Crazy! And can you believe she asked me to get her US citizenship? Yeah like I really want to spend another 2 or more years with her. She's nuts if she thinks she is going to get that out of me.
She indeed is working hard towards fitting the stereotypes usually associated with Polish ( and other Eastern European ) women.
I wouldn't in general marry without a pre-nupt, especially if my "wife-to-be" was raised in that part of the world.
Tell her to pound sand regarding U.S. citizenship.
Then i drive down to Poznan , get my visa....and i am offski....
Best of luck, wildrover.