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    Re: Advice on advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    After thinking about it, I see something your friend hasn't twigged too yet. Should he die while his son is still underage, custody will revert to the mother, no matter how little your friend thinks of the idea. There's no way around it, so it doesn't look like Uncle Jackoff's parenting skills (or lack thereof) will ever be put to the test.

    This would mean the ex getting child support from the estate, and I suppose she'd take you to court for more if she could. Still, a well-done trust ought to minimize the damage. Only other choice is to not die while his kid is underage. Your friend better be careful. When do you become an adult in Ireland anyway? Is it eighteen, or twenty-one?
    She already has custody, well, some sort of joint custody deal but she is the main custodian.

    I would never have any sort of legal custody, nor would I ever agree to such a thing. He wants me to ensure that his kids inheritances go where they're meant to and at the time that they’re meant to. He’s thinking about 25 years of age, a long way away.

    Hell who knows, I may pop off before him!
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    Re: Advice on advice.

    Not his kid, not his problem. GTFO and ditch the whore mother and bastard kid. Leave the country if need be.

    PS Jagr is a faggot, get fucked you prissy bitch.

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    Re: Advice on advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ithoughtshewas18ohms View Post
    Not his kid, not his problem. GTFO and ditch the whore mother and bastard kid. Leave the country if need be.

    PS Jagr is a faggot, get fucked you prissy bitch.
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    Re: Advice on advice.

    >I have a friend. Donít laugh, I know Iím an arrogant SOB but I do actually have friends.

    How dare you?!! Don't you know the 'peak stage' of MGTOW is to give up on everyone, and be a Ted Kacynski type unibomber, isolated in a shack away from the "evil, bad world"?? It's true- some dolt published a list of stages MGTOW is supposed to go through and now it's become MGTOW cannon, to misguided individuals.

    Your advice sounds perfectly fine and would be the same advice I would give.

    Your friend needs to get over his wariness of lawyers. No ONE likes lawyers - not even lawyers themselves. Attended a reunion recently, a few became lawyers and they spent much of the evening cracking jokes at lawyers.

    Thing is- the courts are no joke. They are not a game. His wife is going to get the best lawyers she can find. I've been screwed over in the courts, by having a lawyer that wasn't good enough; it would be even worse without one. We live in a litigious society like it or not --- and if he wants to let his fear of lawyers put his estate at risk, that's his (unfortunate) call.

    >My friend is afraid that should something happen to him that this money grabbing harpy could get her grubby little mitts on his fortune through his kids.

    Not sure what is meant by this. This sounds like something a will would address.

    Some of you may be wondering -- who is this Jagrmeister guy? Have a look at some of my posts from MGTOW Forums--> Jagr Archive (collection of my articles)



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    Re: Advice on advice.

    The best lawyers are the lawyers you AVOID NEEDING!

    If lawyers were landmines, I live in the most mined, and remind minefield on earth, with every know mine ever produced, with rocket artillery and carpet bombing going on 24/7!

    I'm an expert on avoiding lawyers, judges, and law enforcement (warzones).
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    Re: Advice on advice.

    Quote Originally Posted by jagrmeister View Post
    >My friend is afraid that should something happen to him that this money grabbing harpy could get her grubby little mitts on his fortune through his kids.

    Not sure what is meant by this. This sounds like something a will would address.
    Have you not heard any stories of trust fund mismanagement? Where funds are somehow syphoned off?

    If he doesn’t nominate some sort of administrator then this task will possibly (probably) fall to his ex, the mother of the kids.

    She has proven herself to be a money grabbing harpy by tricking him into marriage through convincing him that Chad’s kid was his own, then promptly divorcing him (within a year) getting a nice little package deal including a house that she has shacked up in with another sucker with a business and a marriage that she has also destroyed.

    She’s a walking, talking disaster zone of hypergamy.

    Would you trust her with the management of a trust fund?

    (Edit: The divorce proceedings began within a year. Here in Ireland divorce usually takes a minimum of 5 years. That's 5 years of pain and suffering my friend had to go through for an inevitable outcome.)


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