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Subject: any ideas? Date: 10/7/2004 5:25 PM
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My coworker was married in June (a 2nd marriage for both of them). She has 3 kids under the age of 9 from her 1st marriage. Crazy as it seems to me, apparently after spending the last 3 years together & just officially getting married, he's decided that this isn't for him (not something she could see coming since he was with his 1st wife for years, so it's not like he has a history of "love em & leave em". She's asking me and 2 of our coworkers what she should do. They have a house & 2 cars in both of their names and multiple CCs. She wants to look at getting a house in her name only. I've never been married, much less divorced, so I was wondering if this was even possible? Would her husband be entitled to the new house too? We live in PA if that helps.


Michele, who's so happy all she has to worry about is school loans and clinicals
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