- Yes, it should beVote A
- No, it shouldn'tVote B
Most Helpful Guy
No alimony shouldn't be banned. But the courts needs to be more fair, weighing out the income of each partner, vs. the standard of living for their area in which they lived during the marriage.
Alimony is meant to prevent men, from leaving their stay-at-home wives penniless after divorce. I see it's purpose.
But the system in which alimony is calculated and ruled, needs to change!3
Most Helpful Girl
It should be looked at on a case-by-case basis. If one spouse makes an agreement with the other r to stay home for 25 years and watch the kids, that person takes a definite hit on his or her value in the job market. If the working spouse runs off with another woman when the kids are grown, the one who stayed home is going to be in a bind. But if both partners were working the whole time, that's a different scenario.0