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Well, you may have little choice if she files for divorce and applies to court for Ancillary Relief. Burying your head and hoping for the best is seldom a good tactic. She will no doubt do this when the situation or circumstances favour HER. Say just after she''s lost her job or been kicked out of her flat or got knocked up and ditched by some other dude? Or just after you meet Scarlett Johanssen on the train and decide to shack up together? If any of those things happen you will WISH you had sorted things out now, while the figures are stacked in your favour.
I can''t afford to do so at present
A court would expect you to spend child maintenance on the children.
Would a court expect me to spend this extra income on buying her out?