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Within three months, I put a second mortgage on my home to finance the contracts — I estimate $ 80,000. Once his contracts were fulfilled, he got his payment and left me — within 10 months of marriage. I was devastated!
He now wants a 50:50 split on everything, involving money. We’ve fought steadily over this issue. His income has more than doubled mine, but he says too bad, get a second job! He calls me lazy, a parasite.
He still owes me $ 20,000. I’m seeing a lawyer soon.
One Cash Pot?
Keep records of all bills you alone paid and monies owed. Be careful and self-protective when legal proceedings become apparent.
Q: I’ve recently been to a resort hotel in the sun and realized I was being made uncomfortable by a repeated scene — a few older male guests hitting on young women, some possibly under 18, working in the resort.
They’re not prostitutes or escorts; I checked this out. They’re local girls assisting in the hotel’s pool bars and vulnerable to whatever money or inducements like dinners at restaurants that’s being offered.
A: It’s a dicey situation, since these young women need their jobs and you don’t want your concern for them to cause a reverse reaction and get them fired, if, for example, you spoke to hotel management.
Try chatting up a young woman you see being pestered, as a show to the man targeting her that she has a “witness.” Sensing your support might be helpful to her.
If you think it’s safe to do so, comment to the male that if the girl’s as young as she looks, he could be breaking the law and end up in a local jail.
TIP OF THE DAY
Prior to a whirlwind marriage, the handling of personal finances should be agreed and legally protected.