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You wrote, And that New York isn't a community property state.

But can't she require alimony? (Texas is one of the few states where that's not generally an option.)

I hate to admit it, but unless nycinsanity used a prenuptial agreement, divorce probably means she can have her $2,000+ spending allowance and still go out and find herself a sugar daddy without having nycinsanity cramping her "style".

Still, in this case I suspect he'd still be better off divorced...

- Joel
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