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My ex-husband always picked a time when I was insanely busy to tell me I had to sign it and I'd flip through and sign next to the yellow arrow post it note. All of this sounds reactionary and distrustful, and it is.
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Hey, he had a MBA with a concentration in finance, right? If he refuses, start pulling out every time you go to the grocery store. When I went to buy groceries I discovered my ex-husband had stripped every penny out of our accounts.
It was quite a revelation to learn that we had more money that I realized. Ask for information If your husband does all your finances (like mine did. You simply can't assume your spouse will always want to remain married or, if you divorce, he will look out for your best interests like he did (or you thought he did) during your marriage. I was handed divorce papers in the middle of a marriage counseling session.
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