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As far as I am aware, every state and country has generated their own interpretations of the child support and divorce laws, commonly known as man's wealth reducing method that in most cases favour women only especially when there is vaginamony involved as well..

There are many instances as most of us have read where men are ripped and screwed just to ensure that the poor little female "victim"(who mostly instigate divorce) receives a payout and an income that she would not be incapable of producing herself even if she lived an extra thousand years. Paul McCarthy would be a prime example and so would John Cleese..

Ms. Mills now whines that most of the $47.5-million she received in her bitter divorce from Sir Paul has already been spent — in just 22 months.
The ill-matched couple married in 2002 but became legally separated in 2006. A caustic [and often deliberately public] divorce battle followed, which reached its conclusion in 2008 when their train-wreck of a marriage was finally dissolved.
The court ordered Sir Paul to pay Mills $47.5-million, plus an annual payment of $56,000 to help raise their 6-year old daughter, Beatrice.
But Ms. Mills, 42, now admits most of that haul has already gone.
The total assets this free loader got was more like this amount is you include the mansion she stole as well..
Paul McCartney and estranged wife Heather Mills, have reportedly agreed to a record divorce settlement that'll eventually pay out $110 million. 
One of the most expensive bits of pussy anyone could ever afford..

Cleese's $23m divorce 'unfair' - leaves me poorer than her.

Fawlty Towers star John Cleese claims a reported $23 million divorce settlement with this third wife will leave him poorer than her and bound to work well into his 70s.
The renowned comedy actor is giving his American former wife of 16 years, Alyce Faye Eichelberger, $15.8 million in cash and assets as well as $1.1 million a year for seven years under the terms of their divorce settlement, Britain's Daily Telegraph reported.
The papers to finalise the settlement were lodged in a Californian court last week.
I do find it difficult to feign any type of sympathy for one of my favourite actors as he goes down for the THIRD time. The learning curve is obviously too big..
  From the Father's Rights Dallas Attorney..

Hers, His, Ours: Marriage – Divorce – Remarriage
Today’s family unit is often in a state of flux. After a divorce, most people remarry and often there are children involved. In the new, blended family, one or both spouses may be paying child support. Newly-born or adopted children may also enter into the picture.
Sometimes, the cycle continues: marriage, divorce, remarriage, divorce.
Now, mom or dad has children in multiple households.
Do the additional children change the amount of child support to be paid? Not without a court order.
In Texas, child support may be reduced when an obligor (person paying child support) has additional children that the obligor is legally required to support. These children may be new biological children, or legally adopted children. Generally, Texas courts do not consider stepchildren as a factor in reducing child support.
Texas courts follow statutory guidelines in determining amount of child support. Many people are familiar with the following basic formula: 20% of net income for one child; 25% of net income for two children; 30% of net income for three children; and so on.
However, under the legal guidelines, the court also considers whether the obligor has a legal obligation to support other children, either under another child support order or because the obligor has legal custody of the child. In cases involving the children in multiple households, the court may consult the following chart from Section 154.129 of the Texas Family Code: 
1 child 20% of Obligor’s Net Resources
2 children 25% of Obligor’s Net Resources
3 children 30% of Obligor’s Net Resources
4 children 35% of Obligor’s Net Resources
5 children 40% of Obligor’s Net Resources
6+ children Not less than the amount for 5 children