It is still relatively difficult for an able bodied man in a full-employment economy to get alimony in a divorce. But it is no longer impossible.

While the number of men receiving alimony is only four percent nationally, that percentage is up from zero thanks to equal rights, high income women in the work force and more dads staying home and taking care of the children.

Although many men are embarrassed to even ask for alimony in their divorces, according to CNN, more financially independent women are willing to pay it to avoid conflict.

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    Hi, my name is Shawn. I’m 34 yrs old, residing in Fort Wayne, IN and have been a stay-at-home dad formy 8y/o son and my 2y/o daughter for a couple years now. However, I am currently facing a divorce and my childrens’ mother (who lives about 2 hours away and rarly sees our children) says she wants take them and move to California. I am currently unemployed and have been diagnosed with Degenerative Disc Disease and Arthritic Discs. I feel so depressed sometimes. I don’t know what to do or where to turn. I need help. Please post or feel free to contact me at…… Thank you.

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