Hey Gurka,

There are some good ideas floating around about why she wants/needs the waiver signed so quickly... I really don't have a clue, but I tend to agree with LG in that the investigation might not be over.

She might have lied to the investigating officer and told him/her that you've already signed it and agreed to the divorce, so maybe she needs it to "prove" that she's not lying (Remember, most people get in trouble for lying during the investigation, not for adultery!)

Regardless, I think that her need to contact you just shows how conflicted she is over all of this... she continues to threaten (I almost spewed my water when I saw that she was going to "sue" you for false allegations against an officer" ha ha ha rotflmao

I'd be prepared for more phone calls, and now that you know what to expect, you can be even more prepared when she calls. I still think its best to limit the relationship talk over the e-mail because it's always so easy to misread something... but again, I recommend that you do what you feel the most comfortable with.

Semper Fi,