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SITUATIONSHIPS: Agree 2 Disagree on KLJN 107.7
Hosts: Ed Smith and Brown Heaven
Topic Description: You are crazy in love with a simple man who makes 28,000 per year. He has asked you to marry him twice already, but your $5,000 per month alimony check will be cut the minute you say "I DO". Your man warns you that he will walk if you don't marry him. What do you do?
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This show will be about the dilemma of men having to pay alimony(AKA vaginamony). How hard it is and how it limits a man's ability to travel. We will be discussing the stress of marriage and relationships. This also ties into a man's abilkity to cross the border. The stress of marriage may cause strife in the home. The next thing that happens is that she calls the police and charges you with domestic violence. Abother possibility is that you are depressed because all the money you have to pay and you engage in criminal activity to try and just forget what is happening. An example is becoming a cocaine addict to try to drown out the pain of dealing with the system.
Attorney Jonathan Simon, a Florida Super Lawyer Rising Star in Family Law, is interviewed by Kirk C. Stange on Family Law Talk With Stange Law Firm, PC 12/17/13 at 5 PM on Alimony Reform in Florida: Trendsetter for the Country?
You can contact Jonathan Simon, Esq. at 407-377-6399 or at The Orlando Family Law Firm in Florida. With offices in St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson County (Arnold), Franklin County (Union) in Missouri and St. Clair County (Belleville) and Madison County (Edwardsville) in Illinois, you can contact Stange Law Firm and their St. Louis Spousal Support Lawyers online or by calling 314-963-4700.
It's true and it happens a lot more than people recognize but there are thousands of women in this country that do not have custody of their children and who are ordered to pay child support and sometimes alimony. It's not just men who pay child support and interestingly enough it's not just men who are classified as deadbeat dads. There are plenty of deadbeat moms out there and in terms of percentages of those who pay child support, there are more deadbeat moms than dads. Many women run behind in child support by thousands of dollars and make excuses for it similar to the way we are used to hearing about men doing. Many women serve jail sentences for non payment and many try to escape justice for ducking child support payments as well. Many of these stories are swept under the rug or are under reported.
This show is not designed to demonize women for acting the same way as some men are known to do. There is no doubt that the most important thing is for children to be placed in the care of of the most capable, responsible, loving situation whether it's the mom or the dad. This show will be an information show to shed light on a very real situation that affects the lives of our children and families. We need to recognize the family must go on but the way that the family is financed is not always one way or one sided.
Things that will be covered on this show:
Circumstances that grant custody with fathers instead of mothers.
How the courts view mothers that relinquish custody to fathers.
Circumstances that grant alimony to husbands instead of wives.
The emergence of full time single father households.
How women paying child support deal with custody as well as child support payments.
Our first guest is Estelle Shanley-Duff, a California journalist whose husband has advanced Alzheimer's and is still forced to pay his ex-wife $3,000 a month until she dies. Estelle supports a new law just passed in Masschussets making the alimony process more flexible.
Other guests TBA
Host Andre Traversa
Co-host Jim Lagnese
This podcast addresses the changes to the Illinois law effective January 1, 2015 regarding maintenance (formerly known as alimony) for Illinois divorce and legal separation cases. Attorney Amil Alkass explains the differences between maintenance and child support, as well as how the court determines and calculates maintenance.
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What can we expect in our last 3 months of Saturn in Scorpio? June 14 - Sept 17 will be our chance to end things, commit long term, get ambitious, master something new, structure things to support us, and deal with responsibilities involving loans, debt, inheritance, insurance, bankruptcy, taxes, alimony, child support, commissions, investments, settlements, or any other financial resource, as well as what is going on in our sex lives, with reproductive needs, death, birth, divorce, and third party situations. Saturn will leave here in September and stay away for 29 years so it is vital to take care of these matters now. Neptune is Retrograding and we have a NEW MOON in Gemini as well in the week ahead. Tune in to hear how it will affect your sign and what to expect up ahead!
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered questions on the ethics of open relationships, innate personality, conceiving again to save a child, the justice of alimony payments, and more in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: Can open relationships be moral?
Question 2: Can personality be innate?
Question 3: Is it wrong for parents to have another baby to save the life of their sick child?
Question 4: Should alimony payments upon divorce be abolished?
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
There’s nothing like a man’s authentic love for his woman. But is love enough to pay the bills?! Similar to love & sex, finances play a major part in relationships. Whether you’re in the romance stage or the commitment stage of a relationship, money has probably came up at some point in time. Finances are one of the top things that break up relationships and marriages. Because financial issues can stem way before you say “I Do”, should a man be financially stable before considering a relationship? How important do you think money is in a relationship? If a man is considered broke, can his relationship survive? Many men may claim that it’ll be nice if their woman treated them on dates. You know, pick up the tab sometimes. Or whomever asks, should be the one to pay. Should a woman hold her man down, if so, for how long? Are the rules different if you’re just dating vs if you’re married? Would you breakup with your spouse if they fell on financial trouble? Ultimately, does love prevail in the end? So many endless questions! Find out what After Hourz has to say about money and relationships! We want to hear from you! Listen! Call in! Share!
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Did you know in many States a Man or Woman who makes the most money could end up paying Alimony for the rest of their Life? We will be talking to Dick Lindsay Chairman of Alliance for Freedom from Alimonya a Reform Organization to Repeal this Law on Thursday July 26, @ 8pm EST be sure to tell a friend and Tune in this is a Show you don't want to miss. To advertise on this or any of The Love Zone USA.com Shows email firstname.lastname@example.org
After a divorce, many fathers become absent in the lives of their children. There are many reasons why, and Attorney Jeffery Leving explains it in his book "How to Be a Good Divorced Dad." The important thing for parents to remember is that the well being of the children are more important than anything. Yet, the anger over a marital breakup often causes adults to use children as weapons in the war of vengeance. There are ways men and women can work together to insure that children receive the benefits of a mother and a father even if the two are no longer together. Attorney Leving, also author of "Father's Rights" , explains how men can overcome common obstacles and remain active in the lives of their children