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Your Apps are locked to the Apple ID they were purchased using (in my opinion this is one of the weakest links of the iTunes and App store). However, with iCloud it's possible to have your own Apple ID independent of the iTunes store ID.

I would suggest your wife create her own ID (as should you) but you keep the original Apple ID as shared to buy apps, movies etc. Otherwise, you'll lose them.

I don't think Apple will selectively move apps from one ID to another, and I doubt they will enable that simply because it will open up a market for 'used' apps, music and video... and the world isn't quite ready for that.

So, you need to log on to the Apple ID associated with the apps on your Mac, download them and when you plug your new iPad in, sync the apps you want.

In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is stoned to death.
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