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One possible thought. With only a 6 year marriage, the judge may not be overly generous on asset awards to the wife. And a lot of retirement income splits don't happen unless the marriage lasted 10 years during the time the retirement was earned - military retirement comes to mind in that category. Not an attorney, just been there and done that.
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