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March 10, 2005

it's about time

I've heard that this idea has been languishing in the state government for years. Now, they may finally be ready to act on it. I hope the hell so.

Non-custodial parents (mostly men) are raped, fucked, screwed, blued and tattooed under the current child support guidelines. I KNOW, because I've had a double-barrelled dose of it. My ex-wife is a wealthy woman with a very good job and a six-figure income. I am unemployed and living off a retirement settlement.

In court, none of that matters. I'm still expected to pay 17% of the GROSS I received from my severance pay. I could buy Quinton a house and a car for what I'm asked to pay that bloodless cunt. I pay HER more money than it takes me to support MYSELF every month.

That ain't right and it needs to be changed.

Comments

It would be nice to see this finally come to fruition! It's about time child support guidelines were revamped!

I am lucky (knock wood) that I don't have to worry personally...but, I have 2 Brother-in-Laws who are being screwed royally by their Exes....even more so because they BOTH are in the military. And so the GOVERNMENT steps in and Helps the bitches screw the poor guys over!

It's disgusting to see Non-custodial parents (and YES, they are mostly men) being screwed byt the system!

Posted by: Wendi on March 10, 2005 09:40 AM

Count your lucky stars...here in NH, child support STARTS at 30% of the non-custodial parent's income. I had to go to court on behalf of my ex to get his child support lowered...I couldn't take the fuckin guilt LOL.

Posted by: Chablis on March 10, 2005 10:07 AM

I was truly amazed that there were no metal detection systems in place at the Child Welfare Services place in Pensacola in '99. EVERYONE in that waiting room was angry mad, every time I was there. The custodial parents were mad because they weren't getting their checks from the state and the non-custodial parents were mad because they were being dunned.

I won't even go into how I (the legal custodial parent) was raped out of $8,000 or how the last 2 payments of that 8 grand was garnished from my pay AFTER my son was active duty Army or about the absolutely worthless $250/hour shyster who wouldn't . . .

Never mind. I'm not going to let all that shit shorten my life even more. Not now.

Posted by: Arcs on March 10, 2005 11:19 AM

I am so sorry for all you guys out there who get the shaft with that child support shit. It just fuels me to no end how all these women in the world think that someone owes them something! Now, don't get me wrong, the dads should pay for their kids, but come on! 30 freakin %? How do they expect the dads to make it? I have not had to deal with that problem, my husband died when our son was 3 months old. So, I have had to battle with the Social Security situation in Mississippi for the last 7 years! FUN! Good luck to all you dads out there! Don't let them stick it to ya either!

Posted by: Brandi on March 10, 2005 12:19 PM

While it WOULD be nice to see some sanity break out in the whole child support ass-raping that men in the US have to live with, I will not hold my breath - the feminazis, divorce industry and states have too much $$$$ to lose. And make not mistake, it IS about the $$$$$, the "best interests of the children" is merely a means to an end.

Posted by: maggot on March 10, 2005 02:15 PM

When my wife flipped out and just decided one day that she'd rather be married to someone else, she told me she wanted nothing from me, she just wanted "out."

She proceeded to hire a lawyer that screwed her as bad as he screwed me and she got $1150 a month from me.

I paid that for over a year while we were contesting custody of the kids. In addition, I gave her a car that her boyfriend wrecked within days after the divorce was final. They filed a claim on MY insurance and she had the nerve to ask me to pay the deductible..

Now (after losing my job and my house in this process) I have custody of the kids and the court has decided that I have to "meet her halfway" for her to exercise her visitation rights. The kids are home and she's 1100 miles away. On top of that, the court seems to think that it costs $1150 a month to support the kids when she has them and $176 a month when they're with me.

Posted by: Anonymous on March 13, 2005 07:33 AM
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