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|Subject: Re: Update||Date: 2/5/2002 2:54 PM|
|Author: maureenkaplan||Number: 110654 of 310986|
Um... let's see.
He owned a house & money before we got married. Then, before we got married, he sold his old house, and bought the second one in both our names, and added me to everything.
I wanted to make an investment. Actually, I was playing the market. I "made" (as in, cashed out $10,000) before the "crash".
He had said I could spend up to $30,000 plus whatever I had gained. (Not # of shares or on what, just a $ value.) I spent $70,000. Now he wants me to pay back $45000 plus interest. (75% of 60,000, which is 50% of 30,000 plus 100% of the "extra").
Yes, I do have a lawyer; if he doesn't let me out of this of his own volition, *then* I will proceed. I'm not a pushover ::grin:: (except when I do it to myself.) That's why I *know* that I could have "taken him".
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