Divorce doesn’t seem to be an easy option for Kalani Faagata of 90 Day Fiance fame. Recently, the reality star was dismayed after knowing what she would have to face in the event of a divorce. Back then, when Kalani Faagata was married to Asuelu Pulaa, she never thought the marriage would ever end in divorce.
Now, however, Kalani Faagata stands here, exploring her divorce options. During the filming of Season 6 of the TLC show, disgraced former President Donald Trump implemented yet another cruel barrier to legal immigrants. And it’s now affecting Kalani’s decisions.
Kalani Faagata and Low were well aware that they would be under the financial responsibility of Asuelu for ten years. But at the time, all was well in the lives of Kalani and Asuelu Pulaa. The couple never thought they could divorce so soon.
But things have changed now. Mala and Kalan’s decade-long financial responsibility is about to extend to a lifetime, all thanks to the applications of former President Donald Trump. After learning the details, Kalani Faagata is shocked and feels foolish.
According to the norms, Asuelu Pulaa receives all social benefits from the government, while Kalani and Low get the bills. In addition, the reality star and her father are responsible for Asuelu’s welfare payments, food stalls and many other such activities. The only way Kalani and Low can get out of this responsibility is if and when Asuelu is deported, becomes a citizen or dies.
90 Day Fiance: Will Kalani Faagata Stay With Asuelu Pulaa And Make Things Work?
Kalani Faagata seems to be in a difficult situation. Because one way or another, it’s an open situation for him. If she chooses to free herself from a miserable marriage, she will have to pay a huge price for life. On the other hand, if she decides to stay in the marriage, she will have to sacrifice her happiness.
What will Kalani choose? Even though her lawyer and Low advised Kalani to stay and deal with Asuelu Pulaa. Low argued that “it works out better if they try to make things work”. Kalani needs to be prepared for the consequences she would face if she files for divorce.