If your ex is the recipient of alimony, chances are she won’t admit that she’s cohabitating with a new partner, even if there is a mountain of clues indicating otherwise. The burden of proof is on you. So what do you do? First, seek out the answers to questions regarding the number of overnights your ex spends with her partner, how much of the partner’s belongings are in her home, whether the partner instructs the children to hide their presence, and how much financial overlap exists among other things. Then, determine whether the cost of attorney’s fees, court fees, and investigators is worth proceeding on principle.
Read the full article here: How to Evaluate if Cohabitation Has Placed Alimony at Risk | Diane L. Danois, J.D.
What exactly is a man to do in the workplace? On one hand, everybody loves a responsible family man. On the other hand, a man better not leave work early to actually spend time with that family. A 2003 study found that men who took paternity leave were thought to be a risk to productivity, weak, and less likely to rise through the workplace ranks. Furthermore, despite lessened pressure on women to stay home, men are still expected to bring home the most bacon. In a pushback against these old ways of thinking, many men are electing to challenge their workplaces through gender discrimination laws that provide equal protection to men and women.
Read the full article here: Are Fathers Punished at Work Too? | Tom Spiggle