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QDivorce: my dad's wife has been claiming to be depressed and not able to work for the past 7 years.?

he now wants to divorce her and her lawyer is trying to make him pay 1300.00 a month in spousal support b/c of her illness. he only makes 50,000.00 a year and has alot of debt to pay b/c she is not contributing to anything. she is basically living off him for free. i feel like he is getting pushed around and his lawyer (who is not a divorce lawyer) doesnt seem to be doing much. he lives in PA. what is his best way of divorcing her, selling their house, and not having to pay her so much. p.s she is also a alcoholic who drinks every night and then harrasses him by phone at work, never cleans, abuses prescription drugs,and wont work or pay any bills. I NEED SOME ADVICE TO GIVE HIM

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#1hellokittyAnswered at 2014-03-03 12:30:32
the biggest mistake men make is not getting a family (divorce) law lawyer and assuming they will be screwed anyway. He needs to get a good lawyer and get the hell out of that marraige. How can she afford a lawyer? The law is not what it once was. Men do not get screwed as much as they use to, especially if they are good guys and do the right things. Sounds like she needs help that he can not give her!
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