Rick Scott is a complete retard even for an elected political Hero!

Rick Scott Just Sold Men and Children Out to Protect “Women’s Superiority” in Divorce Court!

– Men’s Views Magazine

Last Friday witnessed the death of one of the most significant pieces of family law legislation to come across his desk in two years. Now fathers and children will have to pay the price for Scott’s fear of the extreme leftist-feminist in his state.

Rick Scott vetoed the combined shared parenting and alimony reform law based on the false pretense that this law would hurt children. According to the Miami Herald,

He said he was troubled by a provision in the bill (SB 668) that would require judges to begin divorce proceedings with a premise that both parents are entitled to approximately equal time with their children. Scott said that would put “the wants of a parent before the child’s best interest by creating a premise of equal time-sharing,” a decision that he said should be left to judges.

Anyone who has taken even one child development course knows the best environment for children is with his or her mother and father playing significant daily roles. Many studies report that children fair much better when children spend equal time with both parents.

The real reason why Gov. Scott vetoed the bill had everything to do with money. Divorced mothers would be loosing a great deal of child support with the new shared custody structure.

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The Family Court’s dysfunction further adds to the litigant’s burden

 

2e2ec-votefamily-us2b-2b2015 contact-florida-governor-rick-scott-20161IS FLORIDA’S GOVERNOR SCOTT MAKING ALIMONY REFORM POLITICAL AGAIN? – Press Release Rocket

TALLAHASSEE, FL – 25 Mar, 2016 – Florida’s alimony laws were written in the 1800’s and do not relate to today’s complexities – so, every one’s having a heyday – the lawyers representing alimony payers and recipients have lots of litigation and billable hours – the judges get to “judge” what they want as the law is so vague and in some cases they completely ignore the law on the books – and the alimony recipients are cashing their alimony checks and heading to the beach.

Under Florida’s alimony law, “durational” alimony makes sense as the alimony receiver and payer have a defined termination date.

However, one of Florida’s many alimony problems is “permanent” alimony – a lifetime sentence.

And, no matter what, it better be paid – even if you lose your job, retire, or get sick.

If you stop paying alimony, no matter how legitimate your reason is for your inability to pay, you are declared to be in contempt of court and you go to jail; fair, I think not.

Under Florida’s lifetime alimony, the “ex” lives in hiding and will never remarry, because the remarriage would cause alimony payments to stop.votefamily-us-20151

Also, if you pay alimony to an “ex” (the first wife) and you get remarried, your first wife is now entitled under Florida law to receive some of your new spouse’s income – as the new spouse’s income increases your ability to pay.we the people

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