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How does a man go from loving a woman and talking about marriage/children, to completely ignoring them because they need to go 'find themselves' after their divorce?One of the most profound statements my friend every told me was that life is a phase. What we feel, think we want and wish to accomplish differs at different phases of our lives. And whats more is that our physical bodies also undergo a lot of changes which impacts our minds, the way we think and the way we feel.Take me for instance - when I was in my 20’s, I was hyper-active, hyper-impulsive and hyper-ready for anything and everything. I always wanted to get into arguments, discussions, do things, meet people and accomplish 100 things in a given day. In fact, I considered sleep for losers, having a routine boring and being in one place focusing on work a curse. However, today in my 40’s all these things, areas and avenues have changed.Where once I would love to go to the gym and couldn’t function without being in the gym for at least 2 hours - something which I did for nearly 16 years of my life, today, the very thought of going to the gym gives me a headache.Where once upon a time where I would love to be around women and love the attention, today even if the most beautiful woman in the world would invite me to spend time with her in a no-holds-barred session, I would decline.Where once I was absolutely ready to argue, debate and verbally spar with someone, today I would apologize in advance and do my work in peace.Where once I could eat more than what 4 people could in a single sitting, today I eat 40% of what a normal average person does.Where once I wanted to be big, huge, strong and sexy, today I just want to live a quiet and peaceful life.So the point I am trying to make is people change with time. And as someone goes through the journey of self-discovery, they will have new paths, new drives, new passions and new definitions of what makes them and keeps them happy.This is life and this is something you cannot stop. And where marriage, having children or even having personal responsibilities are concerned - when it comes to wanting to find what really matters - people are ready to do anything and go to any extent to find their sense of purpose, joy and happiness.So if you know someone who is going through this - I recommend you advice them to move on and start thinking of their own life. This is life.Loy Machedo
What forms do I need to fill out to sue a police officer for civil rights violations? Where do I collect these forms, which court do I submit them to, and how do I actually submit those forms? If relevant, the state is Virginia.What is relevant, is that you need a lawyer to do this successfully. Civil rights is an area of law that for practical purposes cannot be understood without training. The police officer will have several experts defending if you sue. Unless you have a lawyer you will be out of luck. If you post details on line, the LEO's lawyers will be able to use this for their purpose. You need a lawyer who knows civil rights in your jurisdiction.Don't try this by yourself.Get a lawyer. Most of the time initial consultations are free.
How would a narcissist react to finding out his spouse is posting his name and pictures in an online forum and bragging about her plans to divorce him? Would he ask to see the proof or would he rage first?The narsasist would do neither.Most likely the narsasist would be plotting your punishment. RUN Baby RUN!!!!
How would I find out about benefits available to a single mom in the US? I am considering divorce/separation but I need to homeschool my special needs child and would have a limited ability to work.Welfare is a few hundred dollars per month. Food stamps would likely be a hundred or so more than your monthly welfare check. You can apply for low income housing and move forward on the waiting list but they often have more than a year waiting list.You should probably check out how to apply for social security for your child. IF they are disabled enough.But the facts are that you will likely have to put your child in regular school and go to work. If it was easy to find money so that single women could stay home all day then millions of mothers would gladly give up their jobs and go home.There are work at home jobs but you are at work, that means no kids, no dogs barking. No appointments, no outings, nothing that would interfere with your job. When you are on someone else’s clock you are to be working for them.Your ex would likely fight you for custody of your child and if he is working he is able to provide support for his child. He could win full custody based on that alone. I have personally seen this happen more than once.A dear friend’s husband moved out one day and filed for divorce. He went for full custody based on the mom not having a job and being unable to support the kids. He made well over $100K per year.When they were deciding to try for a baby they sat down and they both decided that she would not work once they had children, they both decided she would be home for the kids and he would work, even two jobs if he had to, so that she could be home with the kids. So that’s what they did. When she got pregnant she worked for a while and he went out and got another job, then he found a weekend job. So he was working 3 jobs so that she could quit and be a stay at home mom. It was their choice she quit work.Her child support would have been so much that she wouldn’t have had to work. She found a job working in a nursing home making a little more than minimum wage. Their house payment was only $350 per month and the utilities were a couple hundred. The van was bought new and paid off. She had minimal credit card debt.IF she had gotten custody and child support she would have been financially well off. He was also going to have to give her half his retirement in cash and would have probably had to pay percentage of his monthly salary to her for spousal support.But the dad got full custody based on the fact that the mother did not have the financial means to support her children on her own. He said she was lazy and wouldn’t get a job, obviously she’d been at home for years and hadn’t done anything.The dad asked for child support AND he asked for spousal support. This man that made over $100K per year asked a woman who had no skills that would get her a job making much more than minimum wage to pay him a monthly payment.Dad got the kids, she got almost $400 per month in child support to pay out, he didn’t get spousal support though, the judge said no.He left her the house and turned off all the utilities since they were in his name and he was no longer living there. She had no credit with the companies so they demanded deposits from a new customer, and he took her off every account, off every credit card, and took her off their insurance too. Before he filed for divorce.She was left destitute.I would like to say to you that you can’t live in a bubble. If you want out of your marriage then you have to understand that you will have to go to work. Welfare is not enough for you to live on. You might get social security for your child but that money is for HIS care, not to provide you with a living so you can stay home.There are special education programs if your child is school age. There are early Head Start programs for younger kids from lower income families that have special needs. There are child care centers that have worked and earned the right to take special needs children. Homeschooling is nice, I have homeschooled and know how much the kiddo learned. But they learned just as much in regular brick and mortar school.There are state programs that will pay a huge part of your child care if your income meets their standards. I had parents that were making fairly good money with 3 kids in my center and their maximum payment was only around $400 per month.
Startup I am no longer working with is requesting that I fill out a 2014 w9 form. Is this standard, could someone please provide any insight as to why a startup may be doing this and how would I go about handling it?It appears that the company may be trying to reclassify you as an independent contractor rather than an employee.Based on the information provided, it appears that such reclassification (a) would be a violation of applicable law by the employer and (b) potentially could be disadvantageous for you (e.g., depriving you of unemployment compensation if you are fired without cause).The most prudent approach would be to retain a lawyer who represents employees in employment matters.In any event, it appears that you would be justified in refusing to complete and sign the W-9, telling the company that there is no business or legal reason for you to do so.Edit: After the foregoing answer was written, the OP added Q details concerning restricted stock repurchase being the reason for the W-9 request. As a result, the foregoing answer appears to be irrelevant. However, I will leave it, for now, in case Q details are changed yet again in a way that reestablishes the answer's relevance.