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  • #16
    Agree with the above. Many of us were abused by their ex when they were married and after to. Family Court never ends when you have kids.

    Yes, the higher wage earner often gets screwed. More so when the ex wasn't working or can't work.

    Just work a solution that is good for you as much of a jerk they were before there may be a little bit of human in them that will let you get on well. If there wasn't they wouldn't be making you offers on the money.

    Get your future independent plan off to the best start.

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    • #17
      Update...

      We went back on an offer with a little less on what he asked for, to avoid SS claim. He said no, so we then agreed to the exact numbers he asked for. They again said no and the pleadings have been amended and filed.

      So really he's being unreasonable, I was willing to give him what he asked for. And they filed anyhow. I've told my lawyer that the only way I will pay SS now is if a judge orders it.

      We have no idea what he wants. He's asked for something, we agreed and they he said still not enough..

      I'm just venting, as I will most likely skip off to court. *sigh*

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      • #18
        Hes being an idiot. Let him hear it from a judge.

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        • #19
          He has to prove entitlement to spousal support. Keep in mind that SS is not tax deductible if you pay a lump sum.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by blinkandimgone View Post
            He has to prove entitlement to spousal support. Keep in mind that SS is not tax deductible if you pay a lump sum.

            I wonder if he realizes that but is now trying to drive up her legal bills as a fuck you.

            LMum, tell your lawyer to stand down until your next appearance and not do anything until you hear from a judge. I bet your ex is going to wait to hear from a judge and then accept an offer.

            And agree with blinkólump sums are not tax deductible. Might as well get the benefit!

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