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After a divorce there seems to be moments when “s/he took everything: the house, the car, the kids - I’m paying alimony…” etc. Does such a one sided divorce happen often, and what are common circumstances that lead to such a verdict?

I think you’ll hear stories about one sided divorces that aren’t really all that one sided…. My ex, for example, would try to say I was getting everything. Why? Here’s the run down….he filed for divorce and had been cheating in a community property state. He had virtually abandoned our kids and pets. I was left with 2 car payments, 2 kids, 2 cats, 1 dog, the mortgage, etc. He had walked out and entered an apartment lease and all without any divorce paper work being filed or done yet. Once a temp order was in place from the court, he had to pay child support and my lawyer was fighting for daycare help in addition to that. His was fighting back saying that since the kids were in my care 100% of the time, that it was my fault that they needed daycare!! We had both worked full time and daycare was the only way we could. My parents were trying to help me buy him out of the equity in our house in order to keep some sort of consistency for the kids in all of the upheaval. There wasn’t an apartment complex within the school district that would allow our pets and he refused to help keep the pets in our family stating his apartment didn’t allow pets. The closest I came was a rental where the monthly payment was identical to the mortgage payment! I wouldn’t have gotten the lease on it with my income and debts at the time. But I had a budget figured out where I could just barely make the mortgage payments and still have electricity and water and food and all. The food budget was tiny, but I managed to make it work. The hope was that we could make it work for a couple of years until things settled and then I could move to an outlying cheaper area and change the schools on the kids (our state also required you had to remain within 100 miles of the other parent, so returning to my parents home or leaving the state at all wasn’t an option.) But our state bases it child support numbers on a rather complicated calculator that includes time in each parent’s care, income Of each parent, and so on. He made more than me. The court ordered he have the kids every other Saturday from 8am-6pm. The state calculated that as me essentially having 100% custody. However, the state stopped increasing child support once one parent fell below 25% custody. So he could have had them nearly every weekend for the entire weekend and still had to pay the same child support! So that’s why my lawyer was arguing for more help with daycare, throwing his lawyers reasoning right back in her face, stating that his refusal to spend time with his kids did not mean he didn’t have that responsibility. (Important note: daycare costs at that time of the kids’ lives was almost as much as my paychecks each month! We wouldn’t have been able to have a roof over our heads. I made “too much” to qualify for assistance yet not enough to pay for daycare much less housing, utilities, transportation, etc….)so he saw it as lopsided in my favor. I saw it as lopsided in his favor. We never reached a final agreement because he decided to take a different road and committed suicide…. 😑

My mom says I'm too young to have a baby and is making me give her my baby. Is there anything I can do to keep my baby?

I lived in Dorchester Mass when I was 16 when I had my daughter and thankfully my school had just started a daycare in it a few months after I had given birth. For the first few months I took her to a at home day care lady which I received a voucher for and didn't have to pay anything for daycare. I had to wake up 2 hours earlier than what I used to before I had her on days I had to take public transportation but I was determined on finishing high school. After the daycare at the school opened then it became a lot easier although I only had daycare during school hours not till 5 pm any like other daycare place would had been. I had a zero as a father for my daughter. But my dad was my superhero. A very disappointed one but one that was still there for me thru it all no matter what and covered my cost for everything except child care only cause I had went and took care of it by getting the voucher to not abuse of his generosity. I also went thru 3 months where the nerves on my legs were pinched not sure why but that made it difficult to walk which meant I now walked like if I was elderly and still I got up every morning got late to school had to make compromises with teachers so I picked which classes I went on which days but I did all my work and did not miss a day. I was not an honor student not even close but again I have a child now and I was determined to get my diploma. And I did. Talk to your GYN to help prevent pregnancy after this one. I waited 10 years. Now I have a 24 yo (in Sept), a 14 yo (this Fri May 24th) & I'm raising my 4 yo grandson & a 6m old grandson but my daughter has that one with her. He doesn't have the issues the 4yo has.If you chose to keep your baby as long as you are old enough to actually get a job or have someone that can help you out financially then I say keep the baby. I don't see why your mom is telling you to give her your baby. Right now I am 40 years old I am raising my daughters 4 year old (the one I had at 16) and I don't have legal custody of him at all. He just lives with me cause she needed the help and in my opinion that's what grandmas are for. Now that being said you can't just get mad have an argument and keep moving the child back and forth children are not pawns. As long as mom is doing everything the child needs as I am. Doctor visits, school, showers, and proper feeding and taking care of him as she did for you then you should be able to go with her to the doctor sign for her to take him as well as school etc. If you work welfare if used might want to take child support out of your check but if she wants she can just give it back to you but in reality come on as long as its being used to take care of your baby needs I wouldn't ask for it back. I mean this all depends on how well you know your mom and what kind of mom she is cause let's admit moms come in all types. From the best of moms to those that like to use kids to get more money and benefits. The idea if you are going the legal way Forster sounds to me so far the best way but make sure you set a 3 year limit not 5 that's too long. And make sure you put that in 3 years you decide if it will be extended or if he/she will move in with you. Make sure that you write that you are to have complete access to the child during those 3 years and that at any time if you have an apartment with a room for the child you can cancel the foster agreement and pick up your child before the 3 years are up.Good luckLizWow I wrote a book lolI wish you nothing but the best. Children can be a blessing it depends if in your choices. So choose what's best for the baby always and you will see how amazing it will be then they will turn 13 then bam it all changes darn teenagers lol some serious advice mixed in with some humor yet true comment. Love and blessings.

What is the most epic experience you had in Finland?

I’m having that epic experience on regular basis here. It’s called “sujuva arki” in Finnish, “smooth everyday”. Examples include:-Commuting just 15–20 minutes to/from work, even in the capital region, is pretty normal.- You can take care of almost any bureaucracy imaginable from your smartphone just by using your online banking codes.- It’s very common to have your 9–5 job to be actually 10–6, 8–4 or even 7–3 if that’s what suits you, just by agreement with your boss. Many parents offset their working schedules this way. But you don’t even have to be a parent for that, you just might be a single person who simply likes to be at home by 15:30 and enjoy the rest of the day.- A decently paid parental leave (3 months at 100% + 6 months at 70% of your salary). Plus 3 weeks specifically for fathers, so that both parents can be at home with their newborn at the same time.- Very good yet affordable municipal daycare. And if they don’t happen to have a place for you at the moment, then you get a place at a licensed private daycare of your choice and the municipality will pretty much pick up the tab for the price difference.- Primary school age kids often travel with public transport for their hobbies. Not because Finns are careless parents but just because it’s safe around here. And yes, I say “hobbies”, not “school” because (remote small villages aside) pretty much any residential area has a supermarket, a handful of playgrounds, a few daycares, a school and a couple of public transport routes - all within a 10 minutes walk.By no means Finland is perfect and there are things that make you consider going for presumably greener grass in some other places. But then you remember of things such as listed above (especially if you are raising or considering starting a family) and think “Nah, I’d rather stick with my smooth everyday here”.

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