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Judge Orders Man to Tell Women He Is a Deadbeat

A Wisconsin man is going to have a tough time picking up women, unless he can woo them in three minutes or less. A judge has ordered that as a condition of his probation, John Butler, 28, must tell women within three minutes of meeting them that he is a felon who owes child support. Butler pled no contest for failure to pay support and was given two years probation for the felony. As we learned recently, Wisconsin had state …

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Who Poisoned $1M Lottery Winner with Cyanide?

A judge has ordered the exhumation of the body of a Chicago business owner and $1 million lottery winner who medical examiners say was killed by cyanide poisoning. As investigators work to find out how 46-year-old Urooj Khan was poisoned, a family drama is unfolding over Khan’s estate and the custody of his 17-year-old daughter. Khan won the $1 million prize last summer and claimed his winnings during a press conference on July 19. The next night, after enjoying a …

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Craigslist Sperm Donor Owes Child Support

The state of Kansas is demanding child support from a man who donated his sperm to a lesbian couple who posted an ad on Craigslist in 2009. The couple later broke up and one of the women applied to the state for aid. Kansas now says William Marotta owes child support to the mother of his three-year-old daughter, even though he says he never agreed to do anything except provide the sperm, for free.   Worthless Contract? Marotta signed a …

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Judge Forbids Wisconsin Man to Father More Children

Lots of people who have children probably shouldn’t. For one man in Wisconsin, a judge has intervened in his prolific personal life and banned him from having any more kids, under the threat of jail time. Corey Curtis, 44, was sentenced to three years probation in December for failing to pay up on the $90,000 he owes in child support, as well as felony bail jumping. As a condition of the probation, the judge ordered him to not father any …

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How to Get More Time with Your Kids Over the Holidays

Many divorced people dread the holidays because separation and custody agreements often have the kids scheduled to spend the holidays with just one parent. That can leave the kid-less mom or dad feeling lonely and wishing for more time with their children during this special time of year. However, there are ways to negotiate more time with your kids if you’re divorced. The key is communication and — if that fails — a willingness and ability to go back to …

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