ANSWERS: 15
  • This question is too complicated to answer.
  • depends, is this a girlfriend or a wife?
  • No. Not at all. You keep paying for her D&G gold watches, harbor cruises, spa packages & crap, and she'll leave you for somebody else tomorrow if they're more attractive than you. If she isnt cheap or cant maintain herself without taking all your money, then you're better off without her in the long run, my friend :)
  • You betcha. The lawyers. The divorce. Splitting the sale of the house. Finding a new house. Filing taxes - single, as opposed to married filing jointly. Who gets which and kids how often. Just go fix yourself a spot in the basement and you will be much better off.
  • Can you say "ALIMONY"..."CHILD SUPPORT"...?
  • Starting a relationship can be a killer to the wallet. And women, I don't care what you say, the guy is expected to pay. However, divorce is much more costly. Kinda sucks....we get screwed coming and going with not enough in between:)
  • Emotionally, maybe, maybe not. You need to consider the pros and cons. Financially, yes, it's cheaper. Because even if she doesn't have a good head for numbers, her attorney most likely will!
  • yes, and the smartass in me says, "In a storage shed"
  • Yes, for leaving her costs too much.
  • Financially, not for me. Mine has a spending habit unmatched by anyone I know or have heard of. A divorce will save me tons of money. I've done the ROI - I'd be at break even in 12 months.
  • You might want to look into trading her in with an option to upgrade.
  • trader her in for one that has "better fuel economy" if u know what i mean.
  • Anyone who has had to pay a divorce settlement or child support payments would know the answer in most cases is yes.
  • Nope. Pay now or pay later. It might cost you some coin, but the price of peace and happiness is money well spent.
  • Hell yes - but you gotta ask yourself: Which holds more value. The buck, or happiness? Neither one last all that long.

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