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Hassellhoff Wants his Ex to Get a Job so He Can Stop Paying Spousal Support

David Hassellhoff has paid over 2.5 million in alimony. He has paid since 2006. Recently he filed to have the spousal maintenance eliminated stating that his ex-wife, Pamela, has failed to improve her job skills and is not seeking employment. Why has this argument failed for so many parents in family court in the past?…

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ALIMONY BIAS AND PREJUDICE EXPOSED IN THE WAKE OF ROBIN WILLIAMS’ DEATH

Over the last few days since Robin Williams’ death I have watched a barrage of blogs, social media outlets, and videos expound and share their theories on Robin William’s reasons for suicide. They review his life, evaluate the possible causative factors, and then seem to sum it up in a way that is most comfortable…

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How can You Challenge the Judge in Family Court?

He who is without words is powerless. Ever Find Yourself Without the Proper Words? You have a lot to make a stand on in a child custody battle. Certainly more than you knew. And you are not alone when you have the knowledge of those before you. You have more power than you had without…

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Are the State’s Rendering Parents Indentured Servants after Divorce? Child support, Alimony, Spousal Maintenance. Where do we Draw the Line?

Further research is revealing that child support may not be constitutional either in many cases. (Keep in mind that we are not attorneys and are only sharing information with you as we understand it as laymen and are sharing for political reasons as well as we have a right to challenge intrusions in our lives…

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SPOUSAL MAINTENANCE CHAPTER 8 ENFORCEMENT FINAL DIVORCE DECREE TEMPLATE Observation UPDATE

If you ever have to enforce a spousal maintenance section in your decree awarded under Chapter 8, then you may want to add the following wording in order to give the courts something to use to enforce the award because case law that I have read shows that the appellate courts look for sufficient evidence…

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