Category Archives: Long Term Consequences of Divorce

Modern Family really is modern

April 30, 2014: A new Pew Research Study confirms that the Leave it to Beaver style family is history- since just 16% of today’s households look like that. The Modern Family TV show accurately depicts a modern family in America … Continue reading

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Child Support Mission Viejo

Child Support Mission Viejo

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美國親爸爸認定註冊處- Putative Father Registry

爸爸去那𠒇了?爸爸認定註冊處保護未婚爸爸的権利,幫孩子找親爸爸,也幫未婚爸爸找到自己未知的孩子,並設法在孩子被領養前通知生父,但是如果孩子已經被領養,不能保證親生父親重新奪回撫養權。在美國有不少対孩子撫養權避之而唯恐不及的沒有良心爸爸,就算女友或妻子找上門,也不願意𠄘認自己的孩子,甚至有人為了躲避撫養費而四處打零工,收現金,他們在社會上樹立了典型的不負責任的壞男人形象,被認為是懶惰,到處留情,隨便玩女人。但是也有男人做了爸爸而不自知,女友與其分手後偷偷生下孩子,再送到領養中心,他們想找回自己的孩子,希望承擔父親的責任,但是卻毫無頭緒,導致自己的孩子被領養都不知道,連爭取撫養權利都沒有。註 冊處面臨的問題是很多人還不知道它的仔在,如佛羅里達卅2004年有9萬沒有家庭的孩子出生,卻只有47 個人在認定爸爸註冊處註冊,還有一個問題是有些男人到處留情,対自己一夜情対象的女人的信息不知悉,但是註冊人有時須提供自己的性伴侶的具體的信息,如身 高體重社會安全號等,甚至還有發生關係的大概日期。

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The Other Women movie is Fatal Attraction Inverted

A wife, and two mistresses obsess over a man who lied to them. They lie, cheat and break the law in the name of revenge against this liar and cheat. Since they are victims, it is justified. I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Cahn's Just Say No article in Slate is flawed

Slate published an article written by attorney Naomi Cahn Just Say No: For white working-class women, it makes sense to stay single mothers. The article’s premise hinges on that working class single moms are better off staying single since their … Continue reading

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Most Americans correctly believe single parent families cause poverty

The two-parent family has declined rapidly in recent decades. In 1960, more than 76% of African-Americans and nearly 97% of whites were born to married couples. Today the percentage is 30% for blacks and 70% for whites. The out-of-wedlock birthrate … Continue reading

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Five simple ways to make a divorce last for generations

Many who file for divorce foolishly believe that they will eventually get over their divorce.  That believe is often untrue.  If one of the divorced tries hard enough, with a little luck, your divorce can last for generations: 1. Put … Continue reading

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Divorce With Children Restructures the Relationship but Doesn't End It

A paper entitled Family Law and the Indissolubility of Parenthood explains why divorce with children seems to never end. “Many of the conflicts about family law in the Western world today derive from the breakdown of the model on which … Continue reading

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Remarriage offsets the negative impact of divorce- cohabitating does not

Divorce is horrid. But getting married- again, usually eliminates the long-term consequences of divorce. According to a white paper by the National Institute on Aging economic well-being in later life is linked to marital status— married older couples have higher … Continue reading

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How to Live Unhappily Everafter

An excellent Article appeared today in the New York Times. “I just want to be happy.” I can’t think of another phrase capable of causing more misery and permanent unhappiness. With the possible exception of, “Honey, I’m in love with … Continue reading

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