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    Default Re: Denying Alimony on Grounds of Adultery And/or Financial Losses from Drug Use

    Saving up for it. Bills were paid with credit cards I didn't even know existed so that cash could be used to buy
    weed. Saving money isn't easy when most after tax income goes to credit card payments, and most of that is just paying slightly more than interest. We've divided assests, but not debts. There's no middle ground we can agree on there.

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    Default Re: Denying Alimony on Grounds of Adultery And/or Financial Losses from Drug Use

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    Saving up for it. Bills were paid with credit cards I didn't even know existed so that cash could be used to buy
    weed. Saving money isn't easy when most after tax income goes to credit card payments, and most of that is just paying slightly more than interest. We've divided assests, but not debts. There's no middle ground we can agree on there.
    Have you pulled a credit report and put a lock on your credit to ensure that no new accounts can be opened in your name, and there are no surprises?

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    Default Re: Denying Alimony on Grounds of Adultery And/or Financial Losses from Drug Use

    Already done, and the joint bank account will be closed as soon as all our direct deposits and automatic withdrawals are set up and working on the new separate accounts.

    Back to the original topic, the standard of evidence required here is "clear and convincing evidence". That's a higher bar than "preponderance of the evidence", but significantly lower than "beyond reasonable doubt". Would anyone with experience in the matter be able to speculate on what additional evidence it would take to meet such a standard?

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