BreakFreee.org

Having difficulty in this economy? So many people are. Here’s a great resource we’ve found, BreakFreee.org. This non-profit’s goal is to reach out to disadvantaged women in need of financial assistance and advice, and provide the answers and resources that they need. They reach out to widows, divorcees, single moms, seniors and low-income women – anyone who needs help understanding their financial situation and taking control of their finances. Brava!!!

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  1. I’M MIDDLE AGED AND ON FIXED INCOME. ALSO, I LIVE IN HUD HOUSING APT’S. “NOT’ TO MY LIKING .SO ,SO MUCH I DREAM OF HAVING MY OWN ‘HOUSE’!! ANY IDEA’S?? I CAN SURLY USE SOME HELP! PLEASE!!

  2. marlene sumandal says:

    Im a 60 year old women who has no income .. I have applied for disability a few years ago for copd and degenative arthritis in my lower spine and hips but was denied. I got married when i was 17 years old and am still married but seperated now for the last 19 years…I had three children who all are grown now with children of their own…I became pregnant with my third daughter during the time of my seperation so i raised her as a single parent. There is twenty years between my girls… My husband and father to all three of my grown adult children have always been on good communication with each other through out the years. My husband moved and found him a job which hes been employed for the past 10 years and makes a good amount of money…
    My problem has came about due to the fact i will not move in with my husband nor will i have sex with him..
    Every time i pay a visit to the city where he and all my children and grandchildren live he constantly tries to convince me to be with him sexually. Now he has come to the decisiion to turn my kids against me by telling my youngest daughter lies about me…i have been without income, a drivers license, a car for many years now.. I wanted to look into what if any my legal rights are in asking the courts to grant me allamonie from my husband…We have never been divorced. ,

    • To receive alimony, you must file a court action for divorce or legal separation. Otherwise, the court has no jurisdiction. That said, if you don’t want to do that, you may be able to take some sort of legal action against him, since he is required to support his family, as you are. You’ll need to talk to an attorney about the actions you can take under the laws of your state.

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