No but it seems that is Canadian woman (who immigrated from Denmark) can have thought of ways to provide for her children than to force her ex-husband's hand by asking for $4K. I am sure most of the member of the members of the forum do not get that amount in net (after taxes).Renata wrote:He did what he needed to do to survive & keep his sanity ... I would do the same thing. I would hate anyone forcing my hand.
1) she gets $2,500 for the gov't for children's disabilities.
2) $2,000 in rent
3) she's was a former teacher, she could tutor from her home
4) she could babysit kids in her home that way she coud still be a full time mom
5) open a small daycare, since she loves kids so much
Does one need $4000/month to live in the US?
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She made a deal and gave up her rights to spousal support. This TWAT should have sold the house immediately, downsized, got a sitter, and started work more on creating revenue than problems. Now her man is Happier Abroad while she's just a whiny, greedy broad.
We pretty much posted the same thing at the same exact time lol
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Hmmm I wonder if this is the same guy: http://hansmills.sulit.com.ph/
Very strong possibility given it's the same city mentioned in the article. If it is, it looks like he's relocating now. Probably to get lost even more in the Philippines. Seems to have nice properties for sale there. If it is him, I only wish him good luck!!!!!!
Looks like he's a part-time broker.
Or else... liquidating the honey-ko's family stuff to flee elsewhere.