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Old 03-09-2019, 03:17 PM
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Originally Posted by sabastian458 View Post
why?

he won the lottery after their divorce. He doesnít have to do a thing. He could even keep collecting spousal support and the lottery money.

We we donít know the details of their prior living arrangements. We know they both went through a successful divorce. One could assume they both had divorce lawyers, and even assume they had been in front of a judge at least once. After the divorce their finalized and agreed divorce had her paying him. It was settled.

The divorce process is rediculously skewed and flawed. Much like a lot of our legal system. Would all of yíall saying he needs to pay up say the same thing if it was the wife who won and was getting spousal support from the husband? NOPE. Youíd be saying good for her!

Hypocrisy. Itís everywhere.
My wife and I are coming up on 35 happy years, so maybe my opinion is prejudiced.
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Old 03-09-2019, 04:01 PM
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Old 03-09-2019, 06:10 PM
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Originally Posted by corvettezman View Post
She worked and he never did. She always supported him while he sat his *** at home. He was even taking spousal support from her with the divorce. Sounds like he's the bitch.
At least now she won't have to support his lazy ***.
Thanks for that. Nice to see someone looking through unbiased eyes in a forum full of men who always grouse about how evil women are and are the source of all their woes. Sounds like he's a deadbeat and she's standing up for herself. Good for her but too bad she couldn't make a claim on some of that.
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From what I've read, the guy is a jerk who lived off his wife for many years. If it were me, I would lay $10m on her just for the time she spent supporting his sorry ***. Bad things will happen to that ********.
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Originally Posted by sabastian458 View Post
why?

he won the lottery after their divorce. He doesnít have to do a thing. He could even keep collecting spousal support and the lottery money.

We we donít know the details of their prior living arrangements. We know they both went through a successful divorce. One could assume they both had divorce lawyers, and even assume they had been in front of a judge at least once. After the divorce their finalized and agreed divorce had her paying him. It was settled.

The divorce process is rediculously skewed and flawed. Much like a lot of our legal system. Would all of yíall saying he needs to pay up say the same thing if it was the wife who won and was getting spousal support from the husband? NOPE. Youíd be saying good for her!

Hypocrisy. Itís everywhere.
i agree. He doesnít owe her any of the lottery winnings but if he chooses to share than that is his option.
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Old 03-09-2019, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by VegasJen View Post
Thanks for that. Nice to see someone looking through unbiased eyes in a forum full of men who always grouse about how evil women are and are the source of all their woes. Sounds like he's a deadbeat and she's standing up for herself. Good for her but too bad she couldn't make a claim on some of that.
Marital circumstances are irrelevant. That is most likely why they got divorced anyway.

That aside, would you say the same if after the divorce were finalized, she won $273 Million, that he was entitled to her money?

Can't have it both ways.

A divorce is a divorce. Whatever happens thereafter has absolutely NOTHING to do with their marriage or their divorce decree; good, bad, or indifferent.

She isn't entitled to ****.

And if the situation were reversed, he wouldn't be entitled to ****.

Now. If the $273 million winning lottery ticket drawing was on a date prior to the wrap of the gavel..... she is entitled to whatever the law allows for their state.
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Old 03-09-2019, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by VegasJen View Post
Thanks for that. Nice to see someone looking through unbiased eyes in a forum full of men who always grouse about how evil women are and are the source of all their woes. Sounds like he's a deadbeat and she's standing up for herself. Good for her but too bad she couldn't make a claim on some of that.
Iím just speaking legally she is owed nothing. I have nothing against women at all. Just feel after a divorce is finalized itís done.
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Old 03-09-2019, 07:25 PM
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In 10 years he’ll be back being broke
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My Maserati does 185. I lost my license, now I don't drive
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It's tuff to handle this fortune and fame. Everybody's so different, I haven't changed. Lol
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Since they are legally divorced he doesn't owe her anything, but the spousal support should cease.
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In 10 years heíll be back being broke
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Old 03-09-2019, 09:51 PM
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Good on her for having integrity.
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That guy's a dork. She might be just as bad. All in the family.
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Originally Posted by dvarapala View Post
Good on her for having integrity.
Integrity = Zero

If she had any she would have kept her piehole shut.

Instead, she has cried to every media source that she will not go back and "If HE has any integrity, he would pay her back for the 15 years she supported his Fugly *** and cancel the alimony."

She could have called him and had a Private conversation, instead, she tells the media he's a ******* loser, and probably is.

Yep, she's pissed off and jealous and I don't blame her.
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Originally Posted by WICKEDFRC View Post
Marital circumstances are irrelevant. That is most likely why they got divorced anyway.

That aside, would you say the same if after the divorce were finalized, she won $273 Million, that he was entitled to her money?

Can't have it both ways.

A divorce is a divorce. Whatever happens thereafter has absolutely NOTHING to do with their marriage or their divorce decree; good, bad, or indifferent.

She isn't entitled to ****.

And if the situation were reversed, he wouldn't be entitled to ****.

Now. If the $273 million winning lottery ticket drawing was on a date prior to the wrap of the gavel..... she is entitled to whatever the law allows for their state.
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Iím just speaking legally she is owed nothing. I have nothing against women at all. Just feel after a divorce is finalized itís done.
At no point did I say she was entitled to anything. I said "it's too bad she can't make a claim". Now if you read that the way I wrote it (intentionally, I might add) "it's too bad" means I wish it were the case, but I recognize it's not. So you guys calling me out need to take some reading comprehension classes. In a just world a judge would stay her spousal support order and even consider awarding her a share. But it's not a just world and we all know it.
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Old 03-10-2019, 09:51 AM
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He'll be surrounded by 20-something supermodels who just want him for his money. Good for him!!!
He'll be dead and/or broke again in 10 years.
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Originally Posted by BoostManiac View Post
He'll be dead and/or broke again in 10 years.
Or less.

Articles suggest he's a slug who let her support him. Proves once again there's no such thing as karma. Good and bad things happen to good and bad people, at random. Otherwise she would have been the one to win, to make up for supporting him all those years.
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Old 03-10-2019, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by VegasJen View Post
At no point did I say she was entitled to anything. I said "it's too bad she can't make a claim". Now if you read that the way I wrote it (intentionally, I might add) "it's too bad" means I wish it were the case, but I recognize it's not. So you guys calling me out need to take some reading comprehension classes. In a just world a judge would stay her spousal support order and even consider awarding her a share. But it's not a just world and we all know it.
I was just explaining my point of view. I agree that a judge could stop the spousal support. However it would be absolutely ridiculous for a judge to award her any portion of the lottery win as it was after the divorce.
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