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(MSN)   I sold my home to move into my husband's fixer-upper. My name is not on the deed. Will his daughter get his house if he dies and will she appreciate the sex dungeon we built the way we have?   (msn.com) divider line
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2021-12-01 11:43:11 AM  
Make better decisions next time.
 
2021-12-01 11:44:58 AM  
Your first mistake was to sell your home and give up the appreciation in that property over the last 15 years, especially as you did that based on a promise. If you were to pool your assets and give up your home, it would have made more sense to put both your names on the deed of your marital home.

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2021-12-01 12:23:23 PM  
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2021-12-01 12:40:54 PM  
Like the rest of the people that enter the sex dungeon,
"She'll learn to love it"
 
2021-12-01 12:42:34 PM  
Followup question: How much protein is in the roaches crawling around the recently privatized county nursing home?
 
2021-12-01 12:44:55 PM  
Any room can be a sex dungeon with a little creativity and a can-do attitude.
 
2021-12-01 12:54:58 PM  
I thought they closed that place down!
 
2021-12-01 1:41:44 PM  
https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/put-away-that-whip-im-not-that-kind-of-dungeon-master

"Well, first off, I'm very excited you two chose me as your dungeon master. You seem like a lovely couple, and I'm stoked to jump right into this adventure. That said, I am guessing by the black vinyl corset and your husband's full-on erection that we're not here to play Dungeons and Dragons?"
 
2021-12-01 1:42:16 PM  

MillionDollarMo: I thought they closed that place down!


You're thinking of The Sex Cauldron.

As to TFA, shouldn't be too big a deal from a practical standpoint so long as she kept records. 15 years tenancy, investments into remodeling/maintenance, sex dungeon videos for sale on the internet, and a general comingling of assets will protect her rights of survivorship pretty well.

From a relationship standpoint, the dude is a farking dick. Fifteen years of marriage, a significant monetary investment into the house by your spouse, and you still won't put her on the deed? He's got issues, and a pissed off spouse is the chief one to be concerned with. Treat her like an equal, dude, you'll be much happier.

/well, except when you're getting pegged
//unless you're into that sort of thing
///NTTAWWT
 
2021-12-01 1:59:10 PM  
Happened to my grandfather this way.  Luckily his step-daughter had her own home and wasn't worried about needing a place to stay.

Seems douchy to make the Weeners "you should have just owned multiple homes you dummy, haven't you just tried having more money?"
 
2021-12-01 3:20:39 PM  

mike_d85: Happened to my grandfather this way.  Luckily his step-daughter had her own home and wasn't worried about needing a place to stay.

Seems douchy to make the Weeners "you should have just owned multiple homes you dummy, haven't you just tried having more money?"


They already had two homes.

When they started living together their monthly costs didn't go up. If anything they went down. This isn't "you should buy more money" but "maybe don't sell the old stuff you need if you haven't secured access to new stuff.
 
2021-12-01 3:53:01 PM  

DerAppie: mike_d85: Happened to my grandfather this way.  Luckily his step-daughter had her own home and wasn't worried about needing a place to stay.

Seems douchy to make the Weeners "you should have just owned multiple homes you dummy, haven't you just tried having more money?"

They already had two homes.

When they started living together their monthly costs didn't go up. If anything they went down. This isn't "you should buy more money" but "maybe don't sell the old stuff you need if you haven't secured access to new stuff.


That's still assuming the they weren't struggling when they married.  Lots of people are scraping by or slowly being bled dry.  A cash injection capable of eliminating the mortgage could be the difference between retiring or not for a lot of people.
 
2021-12-01 4:20:36 PM  

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you could forgo the bedroom and get some more of that space back.  depending on your kinks, the bathroom too.
 
2021-12-01 4:21:47 PM  
so after 15 years she's just worrying about this now?  somebody better tell him to lawyer up ASAP.
 
2021-12-01 6:07:32 PM  
Ugh. They both already did it once. The second marriage should be gone into eyes wide open concerning the business end of the arrangement. They already had to go through a divorce; amicable or acrimonious, they already got a front row seat to what's involved in separating lives.

My divorce was easy; no kids and no significant assets to fight over, split the bit of savings we had down the middle, each walked away with our own car and retirement accounts, and that was that.  When my current wife started to cohabitate and marriage was near certain, we discussed what to do with her townhouse (sell it) and what the deal would be after the sale (refinance my house and put her on the deed, at the time of refi she would "buy in" with a down payment more or less equal to the existing equity.)  If things ever fall apart, we started from a point where we were fairly square and there shouldn't be much disagreement about who brought how much.

I got lucky with the way the first one ended, at least on the business side of things. But the joy of getting married in one's late 30s, as opposed to the mid 20s, is the life experience to add some practicality to the passion.  And these people blew it - unless the husband is intentionally trying to put himself an advantage should things go south.  If he is, he's just an asshole.
 
2021-12-01 6:25:44 PM  

eKonk: MillionDollarMo: I thought they closed that place down!

You're thinking of The Sex Cauldron.

As to TFA, shouldn't be too big a deal from a practical standpoint so long as she kept records. 15 years tenancy, investments into remodeling/maintenance, sex dungeon videos for sale on the internet, and a general comingling of assets will protect her rights of survivorship pretty well.

From a relationship standpoint, the dude is a farking dick. Fifteen years of marriage, a significant monetary investment into the house by your spouse, and you still won't put her on the deed? He's got issues, and a pissed off spouse is the chief one to be concerned with. Treat her like an equal, dude, you'll be much happier.

/well, except when you're getting pegged
//unless you're into that sort of thing
///NTTAWWT


My mistake!
There were so many...
 
2021-12-01 8:54:02 PM  
I foresee a flourishing cabbage patch outside the kitchen window.

And no: no dolls were involved...
 
2021-12-01 9:16:59 PM  
years back I knew a couple that were both in their late 40's/early 50's who were engaged and about to be married. nice folks - she'd been married before and I think he was a confirmed bachelor until he met her. he lived in an old farm house that belonged to his family for generations and she moved in and gave up everything for him. then one day shortly before they were going to get married he dropped dead from a heart attack. she wasn't his wife yet and had no legal claim to anything and wasn't on his will. his brother inherited the house and quickly threw her out. felt terrible for her - it was obvious that he wanted to take care of her, but since it wasn't in writing - well that's what happens. the brother wasn't in the wrong - it was legally his, but it still sucked.

get everything in writing. DRTFA but get everything in writing. always
 
2021-12-02 6:23:44 AM  

MillionDollarMo: I thought they closed that place down!


Are they talking about the bordello?

No, the sec dungeon. Just raise your hand and keep your mouth shut.
 
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