Never does a man have more power in a divorce than when he has no job. Think about it. It doesn’t matter whether you are a man or woman to think about it.
If the husband has no job—legitimately has no job:
- he can’t pay alimony.
- he can’t pay child support.
By the same token, if the wife does have a job, she can pay alimony. She can pay child support.
If a husband legitimately has no job, there’s no basis for ordering him to pay the marital debts.
- Husband’s time being worthless in a financial sense, and employed wife’s time having greater worth, husband can make a credible claim for being awarded at least joint physical custody, if not sole physical custody, of the parties’ minor children.
If a husband legitimately has no job, where’s the fun in litigating? What’s the point to it? It’s not worth the [...]