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Some thoughts on the Bezos divorce

The divorce of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie has had people buzzing since it was announced last week. And why not? After all, $160 billion— Mr. Bezos’s reported net worth—is a lot to fight over. But…. We’re all guessing whether or not the couple has a prenuptial agreement. It’s been reported there’s…
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A new divorce law that’s gone to the dogs

In a couple days, a new divorce law goes into effect in California that reflects something I’ve been seeing for decades; it is a good thing. As of January 1st, judges in divorce cases for which the custody of pets is involved will take what’s in the best interest of the pets’ welfare into account…
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‘Tis the Season…For Divorces?

Tis the season....for divorces? A few days ago, I appeared on Fox News discussing a change in tax law that goes into effect January 1: alimony will no longer be tax deductible. It's a worrying change for those whose divorces won't be finalized before the end of this year. For all intents and purposes, because of…
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Some thoughts on immigration

We don’t have an immigration problem in America. A country has an immigration problem when everybody wants to leave a country, not when they want to come into a country. What we have is a law enforcement problem, and the methodology to legitimately embrace immigrants lawfully eligible for citizenship. America is, after all, a country of…
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