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29 Jul 20 - 29 Jul 20 #513493 by Vigorate
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Hi folks,

Making my way through this horrible divorce process and have been on a few dates after separation. Nothing serious yet but does anyone else find the thought of potentially parting with 50% of assets a second time absolutely terrifying?

UK law needs to give true force to prenuptial agreements in my opinion!

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30 Jul 20 #513495 by Buster007
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After one divorce I'll never get married again, if I ever found a woman I wanted to live with she'd be on a rent book if it was my house.

To all the women, if I lived in her house I'd expect to be on a rent book!

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