I make $125.000, she makes $75,000.
This question is not anywhere near as simple as you are requesting. You don’t, and couldn’t, give enough information here for us to answer.
You should seek the advice of experienced counsel to help with this.
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If you are asking about maintenance (alimony), you may not be required to pay any, but there are not enough facts here to make an educated guess about that. The other issues you will be dealing with is dividing the property and the debt accumulated during the marriage, about which you have provided no information. Only someone fully informed as to your and your wife's financial circumstances could offer an opinion about these matters.
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