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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Are you kidding me?

Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney was ordered to pay his ex-wife almost $50 million in their divorce settlement. This settlement will come in payments of $1.2 million per year, plus $5 million to purchase a home. Additionally, the court ordered him to pay $70,000 per year in child support. According to CNN online, ex-wife Heather Mills responded by complaining that her four-year-old would no longer be able to fly first class five times per year, estimated to cost around $34,000. What is she flying on?

So lets get a pure understanding of this, she get $50 million plus $70,000 a month in child support and she claims that she can not fly first class any more? Give me a break! She actually has the unmitigated gall to make such a claim? The judge estimated McCartney's net worth to be about $800 million. In fact, the settlement represents only six percent of his total assets, considering they did not sign a prenuptial agreement, I think she came out pretty good. The point of child support is to do just that: support a child. Not change the lifestyle of the mother! The child of a wealthy parent requires more than the child of an unwealthy one; because of the opportunity that is giving to a child at an early age, the expectations are greater. The status of a family that has money differs from the average family. After exposing a child to a staus of living why punish a child because the parents divorce. It would not be fair to expect that child to live on a lower standard than he or she is used to. it is fair to require a wealthy person to pay larger child support payments but there must be a limits. The reason why, A wealth familys child will always have a higher rate of exposure to opportunity because of the money and the status that has been developed with the family name. If you don't believe me look at reality TV shows such as Runs House, Jean Simmons Family Jewel. These shows allow the American public to view how they live and the type of status they have developed. They pick up the phone call an executive and get their childern places in a matter of minutes. Life does not end when the child support order is placed, but its just begining.

Sean Levert died after being jailed for paying child support

The 39 year old R&B singer died at the Lutheran Hospital from natural causes last night. He was transported to the hospital from the Cuyahoga County Jail. He was being held there on charges of not paying child support.
The Sean Levert death comes as a big surprise considering his age. The crazy thing is that his brother Gerald Levert died in in 2006 at the age of 40. There is not any evidence of foul play involved considering both of them died at such a young age. Shawn levert and Gerald Levert formed the band “LeVert” back in 1984.
Sean Levert had been sentenced to 22-months in prison for not paying child support. Sean owes $85,427.68 in back support for his three children - ages 11, 15 and 17.
I don't agree with jail time for non-child support payments. With All the crime in the United States how many cells a year do we waste on dead beat dads? I wonder is it really worth locking a man or woman up for for a year or two as a form of puishment? It offers no retributuion to the child and what does the state gain from is incarceration, a check? Why not community service, house arrest and if they don't get it then, lock him or her up.

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