Law Office of Kevin Jensen - October 2018

Double Lives That Led to Divorce

There are ideal marriages — and then there are marriages with picture-perfect facades that actually mask deception. Here are the stories of two wives whose worlds were shattered by their husbands’ lies, and who used that deception to help others. The Charming Husband’s Lies When former New York City actress and model Jen Waite met her future husband, John*, she was enamored by his charm. The couple met in 2010 while working at a restaurant in Queens, and he confided in her that he was an illegal immigrant who had stayed in the U.S. because of his 7-year-old son. By Christmas 2012, the couple was engaged, and they were married the following February. The couple welcomed a baby girl into their family in 2015, but shortly

afterward, Jen discovered her husband’s secrets via an email exchange about finding an apartment with a “girlfriend.” John played it off, claiming that he was helping a coworker find a place to live. But suddenly, the relationship between John and his coworker was evolving, and John tried to manipulate Jen into believing that the affair was nothing more than an emotional one. Finally, Jen and her daughter fled to her parents’ home in Maine and she filed for divorce. Jen has written a book about her experience, entitled “A Beautiful, Terrible Thing,” to help others in the same situation.

sleep, her husband told her about an affair he had had 10 years prior. Then he proceeded to tell her that he continually had escorts with him on business trips. To top it off, he had fallen in love and would be moving into the apartment upstairs. He hoped to wrap up their lives together in four weeks. After laying everything out for Tammy, he left her in disbelief while he called the woman he had fallen in love with. Tammy now writes about her life as a divorced mom and navigating life post-bombshell. You can read more about her experience in her book called “The Buddha at My Table.” If your spouse drops a bombshell of a second life on you, give the Law Offices of Kevin Jensen a call at 480.632.7373.

Wrapping It Up in FourWeeks

Author Tammy Letherer had her world destroyed when, just days before Christmas and right after putting their three children to

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‘Headless’ Apples on Horseback

A take on the classic “devils on horseback” hors d’oeuvres, this recipe requires only three ingredients. These little bundles of flavor are the perfect finger food for your next get-together.


• 3 ounces manchego cheese, 1/4 inch thick • Toothpicks for skewering

• 16 very thin slices of pancetta (or cured, unsmoked bacon) • 2 pink lady apples

480.632.7373 directions 1. Core apples and cut each into 8 wedges. Remove rind of manchego cheese and cut into 2-inch sticks. 2. Heat a grill pan or skillet to medium-high. 3. On a cutting board, lay pancetta or bacon slices flat and place an apple wedge and piece of cheese in the center of each. 4. Roll pancetta tightly and skewer with toothpick. 5. Grill until cheese is melted and pancetta or bacon is golden and crispy, about 5 minutes. 6. Drain excess grease on a paper towel and serve hot. 3

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