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Steve,

If I followed you correctly, you would keep both houses with no equity. Willing to take on the $40K in debt <after the van>, OUCH is right <regardless of divorce>. And pay $1200/month in child support. Not knowing any standard guidelines, your plan sounds reasonable. I'm not sure I would be so willing to take on all the debt. I also don't think she has given it much thought as to how she could possibly pay some of those debts under a different arrangement.

I don't know you, but from your post I know you will not do accept this Her plan is for me to move out of this house, and continue to pay the mortgages and all the bills (1082-1st + 185-2nd + 500-bills + 354-van pmt) and take all the debt to myself.

Just MHO.

(((((((Steve)))))))

Odee
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