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one thing I say often here is check the laws in the place you live, and make sure to protect yourself, even if that means passing everything you have in your mom name (if she is trustworth) if that means you will protect yourself, and again make papaer trails, I know then tehre is a lot of guys who don't do this because they don't want to look weak, or don't want to fight or are just lazy, guys need to understand you need to be mean and savage if they want to survive, and that was always the way of the world
Need to be careful of that. There's something in the law called fraudulent covalence. This cannot be done during marriage unless the spouse willfully agrees and acknowledges it; which none would do. So, there you go. Also, during marriage, the spouse has to agree for the beneficiaries to not be them and someone else. Basically, two people become one. It's a BS system and there is really no individual in a marriage. This video below is also scary to watch/read.


I am not sure how she had an accident unless she didn't take the pill, but he made two more mistakes after that. Married her and then had another one. Marriage seems like a sentence in hell with no parole.
 

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Agree. This was PA. Commonwealth.
It sucks.
I hate to say it but a guys best defense against it besides not marrying at all is to drag it out as long as possible.
Woman like quick transitions in their monkey branching behaviors and you holding out will pressure her to settle.
Pressure from the new guy etc etc.
Mine took a while but it worked.

Women in general but not exclusively are like children they have no stamina or patience.
Its not the best advice besides not marrying in America but it worked for me.
Personally i think child support is more damaging then anything in a divorce. They love keeping your cash while giving up your cok for the next one in this gynoscentric system taught to them.

This society has no repercussions for her.
Your better off finding an LTR fron somewhere that's still Patriarchal.
Atleast they will expect you to be harsh with them with this kind of shyt behavior.
After all the holy grail here is how well does she behave?
Her behavior towards you is everything.
Watch the video.. This is not the first time I heard of this. Of course, this is not all, but I'd say a lot. The gamble is too great.
 

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Need to be careful of that. There's something in the law called fraudulent covalence. This cannot be done during marriage unless the spouse willfully agrees and acknowledges it; which none would do. So, there you go. Also, during marriage, the spouse has to agree for the beneficiaries to not be them and someone else. Basically, two people become one. It's a BS system and there is really no individual in a marriage. This video below is also scary to watch/read.


I am not sure how she had an accident unless she didn't take the pill, but he made two more mistakes after that. Married her and then had another one. Marriage seems like a sentence in hell with no parole.
not really if you did before the marriage, hence the trustworth, just to you know I have a cousin who are kinda divorcing her guy(works for law case), thing is the dude is already saying half her mom house would be his, so they are passing everything in the name of my other cousin her brother, who like me are not interested in marrying in this decade at least, because she know he wouldn't F her up later, this case do work because both parts (on our family side at least) are kinda trustworth, that is actually my father family side, my mom side I wouldn't trust, on then I almost could (still don't but that is another case).
 

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This might be a slight tangent off where you wanted to go with this thread but I make a point to say this any chance I get:

Before marrying a woman, do a freaking background check! I married a woman who was a bigamist and already married to two other dudes when she married me. Full story here:

http://www.sosuave.net/forum/showthread.php?t=214228


Not only that, but when I did a background check too late, after the fact, I found out she had also spent time in jail for fraud that she never told me about, found out that she had been sued 4-5 times for scamming people out of money, found out she had a long history of calling the cops on her exes when they had fights (something she also did to me), she had lived over 100 places in the past 20 years, a few other big things.

I had NO idea who I "married" until it was too late.

And at the time I was a freaking cop and later a cybercrime detective. Of all people to have this happen to, I should have known better.

Never again will I marry without a full hard core background check.
Man, I can't stress this enough. Last year I had a very similar situation. It was terrible.
 

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not really if you did before the marriage, hence the trustworth, just to you know I have a cousin who are kinda divorcing her guy(works for law case), thing is the dude is already saying half her mom house would be his, so they are passing everything in the name of my other cousin her brother, who like me are not interested in marrying in this decade at least, because she know he wouldn't F her up later, this case do work because both parts (on our family side at least) are kinda trustworth, that is actually my father family side, my mom side I wouldn't trust, on then I almost could (still don't but that is another case).
Depends. There is something called co-mingling of assets. So, let's say you buy a house and your GF becomes your wife and she moves in. She then upgrades things and adds value. A decade later you two divorce. She can make a claim that she added value to the house. The same could be said to investment properties and such. One would need a pre-nup, separate bank accounts as well as a cohabitation agreement which may need to be renewed every few years or it can be invalidated. Let's just face the facts.. The laws are written against the person with a higher income or more assets. In addition, just because someone has more assets, doesn't mean they are rich. Most people have mortgages on their homes and own anywhere from 5% - 25% of equity. If one has to buy the other out of their "marital share", that can be expensive. Example. Let's say you have a home that's worth 500k and put 20% down. So, you have around 100k in equity. Your new wife moves in and in a few years she decorates, new kitchen (where she doesn't cook) or whatever. She then files for divorce in five years. She may now have built up a 10% share of your equity that you have the opportunity to buy her out. Yes, you have to buy her out of your (now her's 50% share - community property) of your 22%. So, to get full ownership back of your equity, you would have to pay her 10% of whatever your equity in the home is after appraisal (which they will do in discovery). So, let's say it's grown in value over the years to 550,000, and you own 22%. 550,000 / 22% = 121,000. She can claim, let's say for round numbers, 10% of that 550,000. So, to buy her out, you'd have to give her $55,000 tax free. Please note, she's never put a dime into the home. Is that fair?

Let's not even mention the family law attorneys at 400.00 + per hour. I am sorry, but marriage is just not worth the risk these days. Yes, you can transfer all your assets to a trust, sign a cohab and pre-nup agreement, but you still will have to pay the lawyers to battle it out. It's just not worth the hassle. Life is tough enough without fighting the State and your ex-spouse to keep what was never theirs.
 
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Depends. There is something called co-mingling of assets. So, let's say you buy a house and your GF becomes your wife and she moves in. She then upgrades things and adds value. A decade later you two divorce. She can make a claim that she added value to the house. The same could be said to investment properties and such. One would need a pre-nup, separate bank accounts as well as a cohabitation agreement which may need to be renewed every few years or it can be invalidated. Let's just face the facts.. The laws are written against the person with a higher income or more assets. In addition, just because someone has more assets, doesn't mean they are rich. Most people have mortgages on their homes and own anywhere from 5% - 25% of equity. If one has to buy the other out of their "marital share", that can be expensive. Example. Let's say you have a home that's worth 500k and put 20% down. So, you have around 100k in equity. Your new wife moves in and in a few years she decorates, new kitchen (where she doesn't cook) or whatever. She then files for divorce in five years. She may now have built up a 10% share of your equity that you have the opportunity to buy her out. Yes, you have to buy her out of your (now her's 50% share - community property) of your 22%. So, to get full ownership back of your equity, you would have to pay her 10% of whatever your equity in the home is after appraisal (which they will do in discovery). So, let's say it's grown in value over the years to 550,000, and you own 22%. 550,000 / 22% = 121,000. She can claim, let's say for round numbers, 10% of that 550,000. So, to buy her out, you'd have to give her $55,000 tax free. Please note, she's never put a dime into the home. Is that fair?

Let's not even mention the family law attorneys at 400.00 + per hour. I am sorry, but marriage is just not worth the risk these days. Yes, you can transfer all your assets to a trust, sign a cohab and pre-nup agreement, but you still will have to pay the lawyers to battle it out. It's just not worth the hassle. Life is tough enough without fighting the State and your ex-spouse to keep what was never theirs.
oh but i'm on the line of never marrying, I don't see any advantage to me doing so, but unfortunally not everyone see that and then we need to make then move to not be raped in court
 
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