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  1. 1. how much do u send back to ur spouse's family monthly

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we dont send anything monthly. we only send money for his daughters tuition. if his ex wife would get on the ball and sue him for his child support we would be sending $150/month for that but we would probably just send it in a lump sum instead of monthly to save on transfer fees.

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None. Why would I support her family? Why would she support mine? A family that can't survive on its own without help from married, adult children is just dragging everyone down.

Lady, people aren't chocolates. Do you know what they are mostly? Bastards. ####### coated bastards with ####### filling. But I don't find them half as annoying as I find naive bobble-headed optimists who walk around vomiting sunshine.

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We help when we can.

He feels he shares responsibility with his siblings for supporting his widowed mother. I agree.

We also send money when we can and when we feel it will help. My in-laws recently got a new scrip for some new meds that are quite expensive so my wife decided to help them out with that, seeing how nervous they were about the expense. I'm good with that.

Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.

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i tell them they paid me a dowry to keep her, and any money sent back is considered a refund. :innocent:

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None, my husband doesn't need to.

I don't send them money either. They have their own means and own lives.

ETA: Oh, we do send gifts on birthdays. They're well off than us, we're busting our asses here to get us a nice house.

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