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Obviously they would be transferred back once the dust had settled after the divorce.
Then the order would be set aside.
Thats assuming the court accepted it as a transfer in the first lace which is unlikely.
What if the person you transferred it to decided to keep it instead of transferring it back?
You would also incur massive costs to transfer property to someone then transfer it back.
Far better to save the money.