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BellaBeast BellaBeast 18-21, F 16 Answers Apr 22 in Dating & Relationships

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Only if you've gave half, otherwise let it go.

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No. Unless you built it all together but if you built it all together you most likely not be getting divorced.

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I would gladly give all

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No. <br />
Prenup.

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if she never earned it, why should she get any of it?

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I agree.

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If she took can of you and your home she deserves half. Those things are work just the same as what the husband does.

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is that what marriage is? a contract where she makes herself worthy of being there by doing housework?.. she pays nothing to be there except to cook and clean.....what a crock and glad im never fallin into that trap

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If one cheated, they shouldn't get squat. Not even the kids. (Unless they were abused and can prove it)

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if we builded it during our time together, then yes

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Give half? Half of what? We don't have anything but a still under water after 10 yrs mortgage and a car payment.<br />
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Looking to split custody 50/50 though it means I'll be stuck living in the same proximity for another decade and a half. <br />
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But assets, there's nothing to give.

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It depends on the situation .

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Prenup all the way.

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That's why you don't get married. Marry a deceptive ******* and you end up losing half of your ****.

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There is always that Prenup, or just marry someone that you will trust not to wanna take half.

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Nah, trust in loved ones is overrated. Especially someone you live with and apparently are supposed to trust with all your heart. Seen reality too many times to even be fooled once with that BS. Love or no love.

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Once you get married it's not all your ****!

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I'm talking about the stuff I and/or whoever else earned. Not all my **** you say? Well then, there you go folks, don't get married.

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