Miami SHOWING OF THE MOVIE DIVORCE CORP.

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Divorce Corp is an explosive new documentary that exposes the appalling waste, and shameless collusive practices within the U.S. family law industry. More money and more people flow through the family courts than any other court system in America combined – now grossing over $50 billion a year.

Event Name: Special screening of Divorce Corp the movie this Thursday in Miami!!!
Event Name: Special Screening of Divorce Corp. Tickets are available at the door for $8.00.
Venue: Palace 18 Cinemas at 11865 SW 26th Street Bldg
Date: November 6, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM
http://www.divorcecorp.com/the-film/ Tickets are available at the door for $8.00.
Venue: Palace 18 Cinemas at 11865 SW 26th Street Bldg
Date: November 6, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM

Click here to view all of the Movie Trailers in YouTube for Divorce Corp.

 

 

We Know Alimony is Broken but Who Will Fix it?

A recent article in Money magazine is titled, “Alimony is broken, but let’s not fix it”. REALLY? If you know we have a problem, why not try to fix it? Click here to read the entire article and form your own opinion.

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Alan Frisher speaks about alimony reform in 2015 legislative session

Alan Frisher speaks about alimony reform in 2015 legislative session. Also, Alan talks about the upcoming conference November 15th-16th, in Washington DC hosted by DivorceCorp.com .

TIME TO BEGIN 2015 LEGISLATIVE ALIMONY AWARENESS DRIVE

It’s time to begin your involvement for the 2015 Legislative Session.  Below is a list of legislators that we should contact and educate them about alimony. This is just the “first wave” of visits.  We will have a second list with a proposed “second wave” of contacts.  We believe it is important, however, to reinforce the ties with those legislators who have been supporters in the past, and a few key legislators who will likely be on committees that will hear any legislation early in the process.

Of course, we will ultimately want to connect with leadership, but for now we will focus on building up existing relationships and expanding the coalition of thoughtful legislators who can support the cause.

Write a letter to each of these supportive legislators thanking them for their support in the past and urging them to help bring much needed alimony reform to the workers of Florida.

Click on their name below to go directly to the legislator’s contact information.

 

 

Florida House of Representatives

Ritch Workman

Eric Eisnaugle
Matt Gaetz
Jared Moscowitz
Katie Edwards
Tom Goodson
Kathleen Passidomo
Ross Spano

 

Florida Senate

Kelly Stargell
Darren Soto
Tom Lee
Rob Bradley

If we remain silent, we get what we deserve. It’s time for action!