Jane Lynch Files From Divorce From Lara Embry; Lawyers Are The Big Winners


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Jane Lynch has filed for divorce from her wife of three years, Dr Lara Embry.  Lynch cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the divorce filing.  The documents state that the couple has been separated since February 2013.  In a statement to Us Magazine, Lynch said, “This has been a difficult decision for us as we care very deeply about one another. We ask for privacy as we deal with this family matter.” Court documents state that Lynch wants to terminate the Court’s jurisdiction to award Embry spousal support.  I find it fascinating how Lynch is attempting to hold on to her money when men have been losing these fights forever.  My best friend had to pay a ridiculous sum of money to his ex-wife and he won custody of their two children.  I love the new world in which we live, where everyone is treated equally.  The new world will soon discover that you can’t have your cake and eat it too.  Lynch is clearly the larger earner and the stepmother of Embry’s daughter so she better be forced to pay up; especially because she did not have a prenup.  But of all the people in the world who are backing same-sex marriage laws, no one is happier than are the attorneys who will become filthy rich from all the new, additional divorces.  If 50% of heterosexual marriages end in divorce, than 75-80% of gay, male marriages will end in divorce.  Men, not because they’re gay but because their men, will not stay committed.  It’s simply a matter of human nature; a simple prediction actually.  Lesbian marriages, because women are the stability of any straight marriage and of our society in general, will either mirror straight marriages or be slightly less likely to divorce.  But that will still add much business to the legal profession.  Just as same-sex marriage should be the law of the land, so too should the misery of divorce. With marriage, especially when children are involved, comes responsibility. And divorce becomes especially complicated, when the attorneys see big dollars. Good luck Jane.

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