If the children remain legally yours, they cannot be sealed to him.
Women have a much harder time getting a temple divorce than men.
Mormonism is a Cult and the temple ceremonies they use were stolen from the Masons. Both are phoney, both are fake - and are nothing more than fairy tales, smoke and mirrors. In other words, it's a bunch of crap and what Mormons do in their ultra secret ceremonies means absolutely nothing except to them. It's about the same as a pinky promise, really.
Think about a portly Daniel C. Peterson in a white jumpsuit with a green apron and a bakers hat, pantomiming the signs and the tokens.
Do I have to? Yikes!
Yeah, it's s***.
Somebody should film it, speed it up and put it to rap music.
But ultimately it comes down to legal rights of the parent. If they're sealed to you, they remain sealed to you.
Give her s*** and don't grant her a temple divorce. That'll piss her off even more.
At this point, I’m not in the mood to be conciliatory.
just me wrote:
Really good question. Are you still a member?
Technically, yes. I suspect that they will take her side since she is the believing/active member.
Rollo Tomasi wrote:
Here is the official policy in the latest CHI:
Children who are born in the covenant or sealed to parents remain so even if the sealing of the parents is later (1) canceled or (2) revoked by the excommunication or name removal of either parent.
Handbook 1, section 3.6.2, page 22
In order for your ex-wife to be sealed to another living man, she would have to first have her sealing to you "canceled." If that happens, under the above language, your children will remain sealed to you and her (and cannot be sealed to the new husband). Hope this helps.
son of Ishmael wrote:
Back in my TBM days, I was serving in a Bishopric and we had a guy who got married to a women who was sealed to another man. While they were working through her temple divorce they had a child. Her ex-husband refused to grant the temple divorce. My friend was later told that his new son was actually sealed to his wife and her ex-husband because they were still under the covenant. Needless to say, he was pretty pissed of. All the bishop could tell him was that "It would work out in the end"
I lost contact with him shortly after that. I wonder if he is still in. He was really pissed off
I understand his anger completely.