Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are now formally single, the New York Daily News reported on June 19.
After almost three years of separation, the divorce proceedings between the celebrity couple finally wrapped up, ending their eight years of marriage. Both have agreed that they will protect their twins, Emme and Max, from intrusive photographers and media. The divorce arrangement also indicates that Lopez will take primary custody of the children, while Marc Anthony is allowed to have the 6-year-old kids for seven days every month accompanied by a nanny.
Both parties agreed not to give any spousal or child support.
Alimony, child support, child custody, and visitation rights are all components of a divorce that are crucial for you and your children’s future. At the BB Law Group PLLC, we are dedicated to representing the interests of residents from The Woodlands and their children during divorce proceedings. Call us today at (832) 534-2589 to discuss your situation and how we may help you.
A long-standing court battle between singer-songwriter Mark Anthony and former beauty queen Dayanara Torres ordered Mark Anthony to pay his estranged wife $26,000 a month in child support, The Daily Mail reported on June 13.
Dayanara Torres initially requested $123,426 for the care of their two young sons aged 13 and 9, and an additional monthly allowance for a baby sitter and cleaning help ranging from $4,000 to $7,000. The court denied the request and instead ordered the 45-year-old celebrity to increase the child support he pays from $13,400 to $26,000. Mark Anthony allegedly fears that providing his kids with a hefty amount of money could spoil them or lead to drug addiction.
Child support is a delicate family issue that affects not only the couple’s finances but also the children’s futures. If you are from The Woodlands seeking a satisfying child support arrangement, a lawyer at the BB Law Group PLLC may represent you and advocate for your interests. Call us at (832) 534-2589 today.
American Idol season 5 finalist Katharine McPhee formally ended her six years of marriage with stage producer Nick Cokas, the Daily Mail reported on Thursday, May 22.
After living separately from her 49-year-old husband since last year, McPhee decided to file for a divorce. A publicist of the American singer-songwriter said the two are in good terms, and they request that the public respect their privacy during this time.
McPhee was caught kissing Mary McCormack’s husband, director Michael Morris, last October. The documents detailing McPhee’s separation cleared her name for those who thought she cheated on Cokas, although Morris was not innocent in this regard.
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A study on 2,717 older married couples during the course of 20 years revealed couples are at higher risk of divorce when the wife becomes seriously ill, livescience reported on May 1.
Amelia Karraker, one of the study’s researchers, stated that the danger of marriage dissolution is higher when the wife develops chronic diseases such as heart disease and stroke. According to the data, 15% out of the 31% of total marriages that ended in divorce involved a chronically ill wife.
The study did not further explore why this might be the case, although Karraker suggested that the husband may have provided insufficient care while his wife was sick, influencing her decision to seek divorce.
Whatever the reason for divorce is, it should be handled with sensitivity and care. Our team at the BB Law Group PLLC has been helping divorcing couples in The Woodlands achieve favorable results and might also be able to assist you. Call us today at (832) 534-2589.
An article by the New York Daily News states that former New York governor Eliot Spitzer’s ex-wife, Silda Wall Spitzer, will receive $7.5 million from their divorce settlement.
The divorce settlement also requires Mr. Spitzer to give up to his wife $240,000 annually until her death, $100,000 for her charity donations, their home on Fifth Avenue, a brand new car every five years, and money for “entertainment and activities” expenses.
The couple filed for divorce earlier this year, ending their 26 years of marriage. They have three daughters aged 23, 20, and 18.
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A survey involving Twitter users of different ages revealed Twitter users are more prone to being involved in relationship conflicts that may lead to infidelity and divorce.
In a study involving 581 respondents, a doctoral student in the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Russel Clayton, found that individuals who use Twitter have a higher chance of experiencing conflicts with their relationship partners, which increases the risk of unfavorable relationship consequences, such as separation and divorce. Clayton added that the result of the study holds true regardless how long the couple has been together.
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After 25 years of marriage, ‘Right Here Waiting’ singer Richard Marx and Flashdance actress Cynthia Rhodes are now divorcing, an online report byFox News stated Saturday, April 5.
The news came out after the music sensation talked about his divorce during an appearance on ‘Katie.’ The online report added that the couple has been separated since July.
Richard and Cynthia met and worked together on a film in 1983, got married in 1989, and have three children together.
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After being married for a decade, Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Coldplay singer Chris Martin have announced their separation, The Telegraph reported on Thursday, March 27.
On Gwyneth’s website Goop, the couple announced that after trying to work their marriage out, they concluded that it will be best for them to split. The couple also asks that their and their children’s privacy be respected during this tough time.
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A study conducted by an associate professor revealed cohabiting does not increase the risk of divorce, The Huffington Post reported on Tuesday, March 11.
Associate professor Arielle Kuperberg from the University of North Carolina studied data from the National Survey of Family Growth and found that living together does not increase the likelihood of getting divorced. She emphasized that what really increases the possibility of a divorce is the age at which couples get married. Young couples, according to her findings, are more likely to get divorced.
Regardless of what is causing you to file for divorce in The Woodlands, our lawyers at the BB Law Group PLLC can help you protect your rights and interests. Talk to us about how we can help you by calling (832) 534-2589 today.
The improving economy has prompted a higher number of divorces in the country, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, February 18.
In an interview, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics Inc. Mark Zandi stated that an improving economy allows couples who have postponed divorce due to difficult economic times to take action. An adviser to the Federal Reserve Bank and a professor at Marquette University in Milwaukee added that as the economy gets better and home prices are starting to rise, couples who have put-off divorce might finally decide to get a divorce, as dividing the property’s proceeds would give them bigger room to start all over again, this time separately.
For many years, the attorneys at the BB Law Group PLLC, have been helping people in the Woodlands attain fair and positive divorce agreements. Call us at (832) 534-2589 and let our compassionate lawyers assist you in this often difficult time.