3 Concerning Facts About The ‘Deadbeat Dad’ Myth

deadbeat dadd

There are a number of stereotypes and misconceptions that drive the modern child-support system that have been covered extensively on DadsDivorce.com, but perhaps none are as confounding as the myth of the deadbeat dad. The concept of the deadbeat dad originates from a CBS special report by Bill Moyers that

CONTINUE READING

4 Problems With The Modern Child-Support System

split family

Ruth Graham recently wrote a feature for the Boston Globe shining a light on the many flaws with the modern child-support system. Graham’s piece traces the history of the modern system and exposes how it is based on stereotypes and outdated notions. Several sociologists and scholars are quoted in the

CONTINUE READING

Alimony, Child Support When Wife Earned More

empty wallet

Question: I was out of work much of the time I was married to my wife and she always brought in more money than me. Her mother also helped support us throughout the marriage. Now that we are divorced, is she entitled to alimony or child support?

CONTINUE READING

Most Popular Divorce Articles in 2013

popular divorce articles

One of the many differences between DadsDivorce.com and other men’s divorce websites are the amount of divorce articles, interviews, and videos added to our site daily. Each year, DadsDivorce.com publishes hundreds of fresh, new pieces of content. While the divorce forum is still the most popular section of DadsDivorce.com and

CONTINUE READING

Temporarily Modifying Alimony If Furloughed From Job

divorce lawyer Caroline Thompson

Question: I am a federal employee who pays alimony and is being temporarily furloughed from my job. My alimony calculation was based on my full salary, but my income will obviously be temporarily reduced due to furlough. Should I ask for a temporary modification of my alimony payments as a

CONTINUE READING