Should you divorce his side of the family, after your divorce,especially when his side of the family was never supportive of you, in the beginning of the marriage,
as opposed to sleeping with his dad to get back at him?
I think it's a personal thing. I have great family in my ex's family, we get along good and love each other - have even spent holidays with my new husband at the ex's (they say he's part of the family now). But, I know it's not like that for many with in-laws.
However, if they never supported you and you didn't have close relationships, that's different. And, different even more if there are children involved. If children are involved, I don't think you have a choice; they are their family and should keep in contact.
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