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By Anonymous / Thursday 31 January 2019 20:00 /
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  rickAUS  |  19

Still going to disagree. If you go into divorce proceedings (including asset settlement) without a lawyer, you are a bloody moron and do deserve whatever ass fucking you get from the other side. It's a legal proceeding, have legal representation.

Much like people who opt to try and self-represent in court and then get the book thrown at them; when a half decent lawyer might have gotten them off entirely or a very reduced sentence.

By  Justin Allan Bannister  |  9

such is life. Rear-ended in the courtroom rear-ended in the settlement rear-ended in the car

By  BabaSvoloch  |  5

When I first read this I thought you meant the lawyer had literally fucked you in the ass and I didn't understand what that had to do with sleeping on your sister's sofa. I was thinking maybe you were upset that he hadn't wanted you to stay the night and cuddle

By  DraftHail614  |  17

This is why marriage is a risk. You're basically in line to lose half your shit. The guy gets screwed over every time. Haha and women are definitely the ones without privilege

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  96liquor  |  8

In most cases you are correct. I think most relationships, the man makes more money. However, if the woman makes more, guess who is losing everything and paying alimony? You got it! The Wifey pays!!!!

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  PhoenixChick  |  25

Gotta love the dude who thinks "wow, women tend to get money from the man most of the time in divorces when assets are split because for some reason men almost always are earning more. Boy that sure proves that women are economically better off than men!"

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  PhoenixChick  |  25

I always loved the judge judy episodes where a dude was angry that his wife got some of "his" money in the divorce. And judge would ask him about his kids. If he chose to have them. And who took care of them while he advanced his career (often while still working, although at a job that paid less so she could manage the kids schedule). And then judge would ask him what it would have cost him to pay someone for all that childcare time. And slowly, using small words, explain that when you create a financial unit and split up the duties (you take care of the kids, I'll work hard at my job, therefore all the needs are taken care of) you have to account for all of that in the divorce. Just because you don't want the arrangement any more doesn't suddenly mean the other parties contributions were worthless. But a lot of dudes, after the family splits apart, suddenly think the only thing that figures into who brought what into the relationship is paychecks. Not the labor and sacrifices that might have helped make those fat paychecks possible.

By  prncsjnlca  |  10

You can’t total a rear end. He messed it up. A total means the amount to fix the car is more than the value of the car. So he could have totaled it if you have a cheap car but that’s some stupid wording.

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