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once the money is someone else's, they can do whatever they want with it.
Absolutely true.
And what you think they'd do would be a strong factor in if it's possible

Consider death and remarriage and what that brings to the table.
Within 5-7 years? Not something I'd be especially concerned about. My (admittedly limited) observations is that it's usually a number of years before a spouse starts dating after a death, much less remarries.
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