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Old 05-01-2012, 03:38 PM
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And you know this for a fact and have documentation to support/prove it?
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So if the agreement is not made yet, then why aren't you asking that it reflect an actual annual income (like the previous years NOA) rather than estimated income?
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I think the 8 or 10 G's she lost (based on 13 weeks at 20/hr) will be quickly put to rest when when it's averaged over 3 years. Your gonna be spending alot more time defending why your half dying, if your ex is trollin back into the neighborhood please don't have a miracle recovery right after court because when she finds out you'll be right back in court (she will be bitter if you win your medical thingy and will want revenge) and you can already assume she'll ask for yearly disclosure.....so offer her more (time limited), or a one time sum and try for finality from future harrassment of disclosure. ( hate to assume u lost pension and house cash already but..) anyways my mothers 3rd husband he's in his 80's and his ex-wife of 20 years ago is still after him about money...drives my mother nuts....hope you don't want that for yourself......get well soon
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I think the 8 or 10 G's she lost (based on 13 weeks at 20/hr) will be quickly put to rest when when it's averaged over 3 years. Your gonna be spending alot more time defending why your half dying, if your ex is trollin back into the neighborhood please don't have a miracle recovery right after court because when she finds out you'll be right back in court (she will be bitter if you win your medical thingy and will want revenge) and you can already assume she'll ask for yearly disclosure.....so offer her more (time limited), or a one time sum and try for finality from future harrassment of disclosure. ( hate to assume u lost pension and house cash already but..) anyways my mothers 3rd husband he's in his 80's and his ex-wife of 20 years ago is still after him about money...drives my mother nuts....hope you don't want that for yourself......get well soon
with cs he has to still do yearly disclosure, no getting around that.
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considering his kids ages and the time this'll take winding it's why through the court...he may not have to disclose for very long...but ur right
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My oldest son slipped and told my mother my ex went off work. She's no dummy. She knew what she was doing. It will eventually even out next year. Her wage is 18/hr. Do the math for the year. My income is 44/hr. I make on a 40 hr work week per year $91500. Overtime isn't mandatory, it's voluntary. If her income was where it should be then it would be allot more reasonable. It would save me about $300/week. I've been real reasonable thru the whole process. Her house is paid for, I paid off her brand new jeep. This was done thru our equalization. I ended up with less in the end. I bought her out of my pension. Im cutting my losses with her. I just have to wait until the end of the year. Were a signature away from settling without going in front of a judge. If I can't come up with the money for my sons school, do I go into arrears for that amount?*
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My oldest son slipped and told my mother my ex went off work. She's no dummy. She knew what she was doing. It will eventually even out next year. Her wage is 18/hr. Do the math for the year. My income is 44/hr. I make on a 40 hr work week per year $91500. Overtime isn't mandatory, it's voluntary. If her income was where it should be then it would be allot more reasonable. It would save me about $300/week. I've been real reasonable thru the whole process. Her house is paid for, I paid off her brand new jeep. This was done thru our equalization. I ended up with less in the end. I bought her out of my pension. Im cutting my losses with her. I just have to wait until the end of the year. Were a signature away from settling without going in front of a judge. If I can't come up with the money for my sons school, do I go into arrears for that amount?*
. If she was off work for that long was she on EI?? So what if her house is paid for? So what if she paid off her Jeep using the equalization? You havent even heard why she was off work, just what you son said to the grandmother.

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Your right! None of it matters. It will all come out at the end of next year. I'm just moving forward. I can't wait to sign the divorce papers. Its all good! I've never ran from responsibility nor am I now. My kids are my main concern. All I ask is for her to be fair and reasonable. I'm not getting that right now.
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