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No, because the grounds for divorce would in this case be based on unreasonable behaviour - which is entirely separate to the financial side of the disagreement.
In financial remedy proceedings there would be questions about where the money went (over say a 12 month period) but the court will ensure a fair split of assets if nothing can be agreed between you and your ex. If for example you took out loans and used that money to gamble, your ex may argue that the loan was not for the benefit of the marriage so they should not share liability for those loans.
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