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By  TheDrifter  |  23

The good ol' 50/50 split. She gets everything you have, you get everything you can afford from the duvorce forward, minus child support and alimony, while she never works again. Great system isn't it?

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  alpaquette91  |  9

47: maybe where you are from! But where I'm from, a prenup protects what ever you want it to say... You decide with a lawyer before the marriage. Also 1: prenups are very overrated just like divorce! Not everyone believes in divorces so not everyone gets a prenup. Maybe OP thought that they would be together forever and in reality she turned out to be a lesbian. Who know the situation. It's not always the shortest quickest answer that is correct.

By  TheDrifter  |  23

The good ol' 50/50 split. She gets everything you have, you get everything you can afford from the duvorce forward, minus child support and alimony, while she never works again. Great system isn't it?

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  Kaikohanakami  |  7

Im a girl and i have always hated that law. Why should sombody have to lose eveything because of some stupid marriage and divorce? Its a horrible double standard D:< the man and woman should be able to keep what he or she worked hard for >: peh!

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  Jaxx66  |  21

Why should she pay the difference? He got a lower rate for being married. If he never had gotten married it would have been higher anyway.

By  BlesstheSilence  |  11

You should find a way to by back at her. Like you could dog shit in her yard for every dollar she costs you. Maybe not that harsh just something since its coming out of your pocket anyway :P

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  cosmosis  |  12

But a prenup wont help in this situation. The insurance company is charging a higher premium because he is now divorced. Majority of insurers see single males a greater insurance risk than females. But because a female driver was listed on the policy the premium is lower. A prenup agreement will not cover differences in insurances. Only the division of what both parties own. Hope that makes sense to you all

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