I have a situation that I would appreciate some feedback on. The situation is this. Last fall I bought my husband a 2001 stage 3 Roush mustang as a token of my love and appreciation, little did I know that he was having an affair at the time. I purchased said gift with money I had inherited from my brother's estate. When my sleazy, lying, cheating bastard of a husband left me in April he agreed he would sell the mustang and give me my money back. This was to be my "spousal support" so that I would not sue for alimony. Well, he is still driving it (probably carrying that skanky bitch in it)and has not shown much effort to sell it. The deal on the table right now is that he pays me $3,000 down and $500/month for 36 months and he gets to keep the car...this in an interest free loan. Today he is supposed to get back to me as to whether he will do this. This arrangement would be put into a legal contract as part of the decree. My sister thinks I should insist on him getting a loan from a third party and pay me all of the money up front so there is no way he can default on the deal later and screw me out of my money. What does everyone out there think? Am I being too nice to let him pay me without interest? Am I being too trusting to expect him to pay me all of it?
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