I recently met a man who seems to have it all at first glance. He's 46, handsome, and drives a Volvo. He's in the business of leasing commercial real estate. Interestingly, he doesn't own a personal apartment and lives in his mother’s old apartment—a common Soviet-era "Khrushchyovka."

This man isn't new to the marriage game, having been married twice before. His first marriage ended after just two years. He has a 19-year-old son from this marriage, whom he has supported financially all these years and is currently paying for his college education. His second marriage is currently ending in divorce. He disclosed that his soon-to-be ex-wife hadn't worked in 12 years. They have an 11-year-old son together. The strife in their marriage began escalating when she discovered that he registered his assets, including a Volvo, under his parents' names. This revelation marked the end of their marriage, and now she’s contesting these decisions in court. However, he believes she won't receive much from the divorce since the commercial properties and even some garages he rents out are registered in his name. After 12 years of marriage, he claims she has barely any savings left, most of which are now going towards legal fees as she tries to claim a share of the assets.

According to him, his second wife has let herself go, which has led to his disappointment and disenchantment. Conversely, he seems to have developed feelings for me and has made promises about our future together. He’s planning to build a house soon after his divorce is finalized, where we could potentially live together. However, this future also comes with financial commitments to his family; he would need to continue paying child support for his second son and cover his eldest’s education expenses for three more years.

Considering all these factors, what do you think the prospects are for a life with this man?