About ten years ago we married, no kids (fortunately). We bought a class A RV under the idea that it would 1- make for an affordable living arrangement, 2- POSSIBLY serve double duty, to travel in. Back 7 years ago she virtually had me at gunpoint to cosign on the loan for the RV. Her being the main breadwinner (three times my income, always), I [b]finally[/b] capitulated and cosigned.
She’s been on a constant campaign for a couple years now, looking into any way to get from under the RV and into a home. Apartments? Her income ALONE disqualifies us from looking at most (that, or the apartments are beyond our combined financial means). Home buying? We’d still be financially under (with the RV especially). She seems to give a ‘white glove’ treatment to every place that she examines as a possibility (especially renting...”Well, they”ll have to [b]fix[/b] it [i]immediately[/i] if anything breaks down” LMAO) with virtually no opportunities meeting her raised expectations.
[b]Now[/b] she’s extremely dissatisfied with our living arrangement, asking things of ‘progression’. “Where do you see us in ten years?” Well, near retirement for her, and myself six years away. We could stay with the RV, or walk away from the RV and do a 55+ community, I dunno?
In the course of debate, she has suggested that I have the ‘upper hand’ if we chose divorce: She is a professional, making three times my relatively ‘Mc’ income), I have a medical condition that limits my work (epilepsy). She suggested that if we divorced, then I could go for ALIMONY from HER :D ! And the RV payments? As long as MY income [b]is where it is,[/b] it would be like squeezing juice from a dry pinto bean for the bank/establishment :grin: . (my wages being so low that they [b]can’t[/b] be garnished, and I have NO drivers license due to my epilepsy). [b]Which,[/b] if [b]any[/b] of this, sounds [b]true[/b]?