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My mother was devastated when I told her that Jack* and I were getting a divorce. Then he can file for divorce and you're having to ask your parents for a loan to give an attorney a retainer. When you get groceries, get cash back and tuck it away. (Stash the ready money there.) Yes, the money in there is a joint asset, but it can't be withdrawn by anyone but you. Go paperless- you don't need statements sent to the house, do you? Use it, pay it off every month (see: checking account) and then you'll be a step ahead of the game should anything happen. Make an inventory of all of your and your husband's financial accounts.
Here are a few things you should do, to keep it from happening to you. Have 'ready money.' If you don't work, and all of your money is held in joint accounts, your husband can strip them bare without your knowledge or permission. Get a checking account in your own name at a bank different than you already have.
You might even picture stock images of teachers, laughing as they point to vowels in a workbook, or smiling triumphantly as little Johnny correctly identifies Macedonia on a map of the world.
You think about movies and TV shows you've seen where teachers like Hilary Swank, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Zooey Deschanel charm the socks off their students, overcome seemingly insurmountable odds, and manage to do it all while looking awesome.
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I'm not the only stay at home mom who has gotten screwed because her husband was wealthy and powerful and a control freak.
Here's some free advice: Don't ever trust your spouse with all your finances. Keep it in a safe place- a friend, your mom's, a safety deposit box (remember the advice about using a different bank? It was the beginning of a war that is unending and I think sometimes it will only end when I die.
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