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I guess I'll be a wet blanket here. If I am reading the messages correctly, the amount of money being talked about is a few thousand dollars. Like less than $30,000, even in anticipation. That money will go real quick for someone who has children who are headed for college. Whatever shenanigans you might want to pull are not going to affect the bigger picture. (No offense intended.) The University of California, a public university, is $10,000 a year when you count it all up, that's the truth.

It seems to me, a bachelor, is that what you really want is an honest divorce settlement with child care provisions that are well spelled out.
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