Hope, you know he's all about the cash, and won't want to spend money on arguing. He probably will come back and question something his L brings up. If it's something you believe is proper, and you aren't willing to change, use his lack of wanting to spend to your advantage.
"No, I think that clause is proper. It's what the state agrees is fair, and I believe it's what I deserve, but, if you want to go to court over it, go at it."
Say it very calmly and evenly. Look him in the eye. Then walk away. Chances are, he will let it go when he sees you aren't just going to agree.
Even though he has an argumentative L, they can only argue if the client says go for it.BS(me) 46, Two wonderful teens.
He is no longer my best friend. Repeat until it sticks.
WH says marriage is over: May 15, 2009.
EA#2 July 20, 2009. Legally sep: Aug 16, 2009. DIVORCED!!!! Signed Nov 23, final Dec 24, 2010, adultery listed.