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Woman asks if she's wrong to sell late husband's restaurant after his pregnant mistress claims rights to it.

Woman asks if she's wrong to sell late husband's restaurant after his pregnant mistress claims rights to it.

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If you husband owns a restaurant and then has an affair with the waitress and gets her pregnant before he dies...what should you do with the restaurant?

Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" offers a full range of dramatic situations where people need advice. Sure, internet strangers are not licensed health professionals and often offer some objectively bad options (we see you, trolls) but there's surprisingly also a lot of wisdom out there.

So, when a recent Reddit user found herself dealing with the aftermath of her husband's death, affair, property, and unborn child, people were there to help.

AITA (Am I the As*hole?) for selling my late husband's restaurant against his wishes?

I was married to my husband for 13 years, we got married at 19 and my husband passed away a few months ago. We didn't have children together.

I have a high paying job as an attorney and I'm currently moving to another state to start my own firm.

My husband passed away 4 months ago. It wasn't a pretty end to our marriage as I had just found out that he was cheating on me with one of the waitresses working for his restaurant. They had been having an affair which went on for 3 years. He told me he didn't love me anymore and left to be with her. He passed away due to a sudden cardiac arrest after 2 weeks of leaving our marital home. We weren't legally separated. It wasn't official.

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