Once children go to school, the time investment goes down for parents drastically.
But why should expenses related to children have anything to do with a marriage related fee? Marriage is one thing, having children together is entirely another. You can be married without children or not be married and still have children. Why should one affect the other?
Shouldn't that be a separate matter?
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I think it shouldn't exist for two people that both have a steady income enough to keep them on their feet, but if the one parent is struggling then that's when alimony should stay in affect. Though I have no clue if they already do this, but if they don't, they should.
Last edited by NatePsychotic; 2012-12-28 at 03:19 PM.
Met the ghost of Stephen Foster at the Hotel Paradise
This is what I told him as I gazed into his eyes
Ships are made for sinking, whisky made for drinking
If we were made of cellophane we'd all get stinking drunk much faster...