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July 2011 Archives

Congressman accused of $100,000 in missed child support payments

As Georgia braces for a potential federal debt default, one of the Republican congressmen who vocally opposes raising the debt ceiling has been accused of not paying $117,437 in child support to his ex-wife. This comes after the congressman focused his campaign platform on making Washington fiscally responsible.

Dodgers' owner can't afford ex-wife's extravagance

What happens when your divorce agreement requires you to pay more in spousal support than you make in a year? You seek a modification of the agreement from the court. That's just what the Los Angeles Dodgers' owner, Frank McCourt, has done.

Child custody and support battle almost gets deadly

Divorce, child custody, and child support can bring up a lot of strong emotions. It is normal for parents to feel overwhelmed and possibly angry toward their ex-spouse. One Georgia woman, however, has allegedly tried to hire a hit-man to kill her ex-husband over child support payments.

New push to involve children in child custody decisions

A child custody battle can be traumatic for both parents and children. Things can come out against both parents and twisted to make that parent look unfit to have custody of a child. Parents can also be falsely accused of serious incidents that would preclude them from gaining custody. It is Georgia family court judges' responsibility, however, to sort through all this evidence and decide which parent should have custody based on the best interests of the child. In all this, however, do judges consider what the child wants?

Unemployed men are more likely to seek divorce

Who should be the primary breadwinner-the husband or the wife? Although there has been a change in women's roles in a relationship, it still seems as though men are expected to be employed and making the primary income for the household. When men don't meet that expectation, many see it as unacceptable.

Divorce might lose Real Housewife her house

Divorce can be an extremely difficult process and anyone going through one can expect some problems from an ex. There is no exception for reality stars it seems. Sonja Morgan of the "Real Housewives of New York City" is seeking to enforce the $3 million lump-sum divorce judgment entered against her ex-husband. Morgan also claims her ex owes her $300,000 in back alimony, as well.

Single-fatherhood has increased 183% since 1990

It is not just women that head Georgia's single-parent households. Rather, there has been a tremendous increase in single-fatherhood over the past 20 years. Although the number of single-mothers has doubled, single-fathers, who compose 15% of the single-parent households in the United States, is up 183%.

Baby boomers are increasingly likely to get divorced

According to the National Center for Family and Marriage Research, the divorce rate for people age 50 and over has doubled over the past two decades. Over the same time frame, the general divorce rate has been on the decline.

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