Extra money


#1

Just state in the court order that it will not end with remarriage.


#2

70k a year? extra??? geezuz…are you serius? He must be loaded…


#3

Must be nice. I could probably “buy” my kids back from my ex for $70K.


#4

She never has to work again, if she invests it right…


#5

I thought that amount was a typo [:0]Must have been a LOT of women. Nice job! Most women aren’t that considerate to let the ex get anything out of it…


#6

Dear ladrbr:

Greetings. No, I do not believe that you can make this a tax deduction unless you label it alimony and then you have the problems of termination of alimony. Good luck.

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#7

My husband and I have agreed to pretty much all the issues in our divorce. There is one late development. He has agreed to pay me and extra 70K a year if I sign a waiver of some sort agreeing not to haul all the women that he cheated with into court at some point. He has agreed to pay this for 15 years. Since this is not really Child support and I would like for it not to be alimony so if I remarry I don’t lose it. Is there another way it can be taxable (I think that would be the fairest thing to him to get the deduction) like alimony but not end at remarriage?