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April 2013 Archives

Tips for divorcing women who are breadwinners

Some Tennessee residents may assume that when it comes to marriage, it is the man who earns more income and has more assets. This often forces the women to negotiate favorable terms for the divorce, such as alimony or child support payments. However, a recent study published by USA Today shows that this is slowly changing, and in many cases of divorce, women are earning more money than men. The study states that in 16 percent of divorce cases, the woman earns more than the man, a figure that may be substantial enough to compel people to change their perspective on alimony payments. While it is not a large percentage, it is certainly not a rare occurrence in divorce cases. Yet, how can a woman protect herself when she earns the majority of the money in a relationship? 

"Hardball" host sparks controversy over domestic violence

Tennessee women who watch MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews" may have been surprised by the host's comments on the April 3 episode of his program, which have sparked some controversy. Matthews, speaking to Andrea Mitchell, another MSNBC host, notoriously asked if "wife beating" was something that wives actually worried about. The hosts were discussing Vice President Joe Biden's comments condemning domestic violence against women at the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards. During the awards show, where Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also spoke, Biden discussed the passage of the Violence Against Women Act.

Local man tries to sell child for bail money

On March 21, a 27-year-old Tennessee woman was arrested due to an outstanding warrant for child neglect and aggravated child abuse. Shortly thereafter, her boyfriend was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. As a result, the couple's two children were placed in the care of the woman's grandmother. For one daughter, this was relocation did not last long. The man posted his own bail, but was not able to post bail for his partner. He attempted to get bail money from the grandmother. When she was unwilling or unable to provide it, he took the couple's six-year-old daughter and sought to sell her for $1,500. 

Ex-mayor facing bigamy charges; second wife wants divorce

People in Tennessee get divorced all the time. While this can be for a number of reasons, one of the more uncommon ones is because one's husband is already married to someone else. However, the second wife of the former mayor of a Tennessee town is pursuing a divorce or annulment because the ex-mayor is still married to the mother of his four children -- and has been for many years.

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