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24 Mar 12 #319897 by confused99
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What happens when one of the party is spending all their savings b4 the divorce is processed?

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24 Mar 12 #319936 by survive
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It depends on the amounts involved? Try and keep a log and documemtary proof of everything and anything if you can, incase you need it at some point.

If it is not large amounts then that would probably be ignored (

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