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Father to TOO MANY: Should there be a limit?

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The responsibility and duty to raise our children is paramount to anything a parent will ever have to do.  So what happens when a father has the duty of raising 10 to 20 children? Can a father actually provide the emotional and financial support for that many children?  

General guidelines for child support are no less than 40% of the noncustodial parent's income if there are 5 or more children. This percentage may differ depending upon the laws of the state where the child/children reside.  The rules also differ if multiple children reside in different households and/or parents share equal physical custody.  In some cases the amount of support can be based on earning potential rather than the actual present income.

This episode is to discuss and explore the following:

  • How many children are too many?
  • The financial responsibility of raising 5+ children
  • Should there be a judicial or court mandate on procreation
  • And who are the woman allowing this behavior

Join us Wednesday, 12/12/12, 9pm PST/11pm CST/12Midnite EST.

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