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  1. The obvious problem is that this gives a divorced spouse more control over the behavior of the other party to the former marraige than they had while they were still married. If the Pierces were still a married couple, is there any legal principle which would have permitted Mrs. Pierce to force Mr. Pierce to remain employeed? Not to my knowledge.

  2. David says:

    Brett – So true! No married woman ever has the power to have her husband arrested just because he loses his job at the local factory. A divorced woman (with alimony) on the other hand does holds just that kind of governmental power of her ex.

    Thanks to the half-baked divorce law reforms of the 1970′s, marriage has been legislated into a real scam. Avoid marriage at all cost.

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