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Subject:  Re: Uncooperative, Signature Date:  3/28/2013  9:53 PM
Author:  mrmeyer Number:  118183 of 121162

Thanks for the advice. No, there's nothing to hide. She's cantankerous, and a continuance of the marriage is looking unlikely. She recently raided my checking account (she had access for emergencies) to the tune of $20k and she's hidden my laptop. So I'm earning all the money, paying all the bills, and accepting the abuse for now.

She's going to want something in exchange for her signature, and it's probably not worth it. I'm estimating may $8k extra tax to file separately, but filing joint means she'll probably want the entire $8k in exchange. I just wondered if I'm doing all the earning and the supporting whether her signature was really required. Sounds like it is, dagnabbit.
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