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Jun 04, 2010

By Matt Allen


For the die-hard baseball fan who still wants to show his devotion to the sport even when wearing a suit, has the perfect gift for you: baseball cufflinks handmade with authentic Major League Baseball game-used balls.

The cufflinks feature the ball’s famous red stitches along the seams and if the certificate of authenticity isn’t enough, you can tell these are game-used by the well-worn leather and dirtiness of the ball. These aren’t your pristine, bright white baseballs that have never been touched. But don’t worry; your cuffs won’t end up looking like a dirty baseball as the ball is set in sterling silver bezels with swivel backs.

Jan 18, 2010


I have been divorced just over three years and my ex-wife is filing for a review so that the child support can be revised upward since I make more money now. Her lawyer asked me for paystubs and tax information and I gave him what he asked for. He then gave copies of everything to my ex-wife.

I'm pretty steamed about this. I may not like it, but I wish I'd at least been asked or informed before he gave her all of my financial information. Is what the lawyer did justifiable and/or legal? Also, what are my options for reviewing the child support revision when they send it to me? I can’t afford to retain a lawyer.


Dec 31, 2009

Dan Danford, host of Money Made Easy, talks about the uses of, and need for, an annual review of your financial situation.

Danford, MBA, CRSP of Family Investment Center, uses his own experience as a small business owner and financial advisor to explain options and best choices for your review process.



Jan 09, 2009

Defiant Dads: Fathers’ Rights Activists in America

By Jocelyn Elise Crowley, Cornell University Press 2008

Book Review by Matt Krogh

“Defiant Dads,” by Dr. Crowley of Rutgers University, could have been an important and useful analysis of what is right and wrong about this growing movement of divorced and divorcing. Unfortunately, while the book provides excellent background data, the author’s analysis is marred by her refusal to acknowledge that fathers’ rights activists’ primary political interest—encouraging equal-time parenting—could ever be a good idea.

Nov 17, 2008

A Promise to Ourselves: A Journey Through Fatherhood and Divorce

Author:  Alec Baldwin (with Mark Tabb)

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press, New York, NY (2008)

Book Review by Matt Krogh

“I never wanted to write this book.”  That’s the first thing that Alec Baldwin writes us, but every divorcing parent should be glad that he did.

The difficulties of divorce multiply when children are involved. Most parents, however, don’t have to deal with constant media coverage, international therapy requirements, and expenses of over a million dollars in legal fees—all spent in Baldwin’s effort to preserve parental rights after property settlement had already been reached.

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