Sad to hear that man , and why men don't do anything about? Wouldn't rising and threatening the government fix the problem?
Most married men, wanting to be married men, and single guys see themselces as ahead of the curve, until reality hits. Most of these guys think they're exceptional in bed, hardworking and have a great future. All of that looks good on paper, but in reality no one knows if they will get divorced, but more than half will inclusing the sexual masters, the billionaires and great guys that most would consider a great catch. If guys would gather up, there would be more changes. The upside is that most Family Courts opt for Co-parenting now. This is big, and a smart father with a good attorney can make it hard for either parent to just up and relocate on a whelm, and not lose their side of the coparent right. Of course some idiot fathers will abuse and let their Co-parenting fall apart when they do try to restart their love life, which often includes copious amounts of alcohol. This is a stage many divorce men go through as loneliness gets the best of them after a year of licking their wounds. Every divorce is different. Some guys are pumping every girl he can get his hands on, finding new hobbies and adventures. That all sounds good except you have little kids waiting on you bright and early to go on their adventures. Some fathers see that as a larger priority (which is what I personally choose). The big scary part is your life is going to go out of control for awhile until you get comfortable again being on your own. I sure I personally had more family, but I lost a lot of them and married guy friends when I got divorced. It was rough, but new ones came along. That said, with all the lack of help and support for men, not only should there be family court reform, but more support for men and father's after divorce. When I was going through my early days, women had about 200 self help books. Guys, three books.
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Even that isn't always good enough in the UK...
The best thing is men rising up and arming themselves up against the government until they fix the problem
No, the best thing is to choose not to marry. Women are already freaking out that so many men won't marry, but if far more men opted out, women would have to start paying more attention. Until the majority of women are prepared to reform divorce laws to something remotely reasonable, nothing is going to change.Women need to be the ones fighting to fix the law, and men need to use a marriage moratorium as leverage.
In reality, they absolutely can. There are a LOT of activist judges in the family court system...
@MrOracle so they can take away my house that I bought five years ago before I even met her if I was to marry my future wife and we divorced? My mortgage is all paid off already
They can't take a house that you already owned, however they can make you sell the house and everything you own as you attempt to keep your freedom.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0n-iaob0rI
I can’t let that happen
Don't ever get married. My advice would be to stay away far away, don't date, don't cohabitate, and absolutely don't get married. I'm a solid 34 year MGTOW Monk. I saw things for what they were way back then and walked away. And today? Forget it absolutely not.
I can date they can’t take my house
You can, but be aware of all the risks associated with it, false accusations, entrapment, etc.
It depends on where you live, but, yes, such things have happened. Also, if your wife signs up for a bunch of credit cards or other loans while you are together, and can't pay them, you can be forced to. Even if you had no idea she did this (even if she admits that in court)
Absolutely only destroying can be put in past tense because it's already happened.
and why you guys do nothing to stop it?
Men are saying no to marriage. What else do you suggest?
Why don't we do something about it? Because we weren't the ones that caused the problem, they were and it's not our problem to solve. We've done what needed to be done, we walked away, let them worry about it, not us.
Taking half of a man's earnings isn't fair
She doesn't keep half of what he has. She takes half of what THEY have. What is his he keeps.