Neil and Pegi Young divorce

After more than three decades of marriage, singer-songwriter Neil Young is divorcing his wife, Pegi Young, Rolling Stone published on Wednesday, August 27.

Divorce documents were filed by Neil Young on July 29 at their hometown of San Mateo, California. The court is scheduled to hear the case on December 12. No further details regarding the split have been provided.

Neil Young is behind the hits “Unknown Legend,” “Once an Angel,” and “Such a Woman,” all of which are inspired by his wife.

Divorcing couples need to confront a lot of wide-ranging issues, from child support, child custody and visitation, to alimony and property division. Our entire team at the BB Law Group PLLC understands all these complexities, and is ready to help you file for a divorce in The Woodlands. For a free assessment of your situation, call our office today at (832) 534-2589.

Sherri Shepherd and Lamar Sally custody fight continues

The fight over who will parent and pay for the care of Sherri Shepherd and Lamar Sally’s unborn surrogate son continues unresolved after Sally filed papers requesting full custody over the child, The Daily Mail reported on July 30.

On May 3, Sally filed for legal separation and requested for full custody of their unborn child. Sally also demanded that his estranged wife pay for spousal support and attorney fees, and he requested that their prenuptial agreement be thrown out based on fraud.

Shepherd allegedly wants no parental and financial roles over their son. Sources familiar with the situation said Shepherd believes she was duped into a surrogacy agreement so Sally could receive spousal support from her.

Navigating and resolving legal family issues is often challenging and emotionally complicated. If you are considering divorce or are involved in a child custody dispute in the Woodlands, the attorneys at the BB Law Group PLLC may protect your interests during the process. Call our offices today at (832) 534-2589 to learn more.

Pamela Anderson and Rick Salomon split again

Hollywood celebrity Pamela Anderson is once again splitting up with her husband Rick Salomon only six months after she announced their remarriage, the New York Daily News reported on July 8.

According to the report, the actress filed for a divorce on July 3. The couple first wed in October 2007, but the union was annulled shortly after two months. The ex-couple reunited after several years, and in January this year, Anderson revealed they got married again. A representative for the actress declined to give comments.

Legal matters that affect your family, such as divorce, often have a lasting impact on everyone involved. If you are facing family law issues in The Woodlands, our legal team at the BB Law Group PLLC is equipped with the resources, experience, and dedication to advocate for your and your family’s interests. If you need representation or legal guidance during a divorce or another family law issue, call our offices at (832) 534-2589 today.

Divorce of Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony concluded

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.

McPhee and Cokas divorcing after a year of separation

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.

Divorce demands the knowledge and assertiveness of an experienced lawyer to ensure a favorable outcome. Our team at the BB Law Group PLLC has been legally assisting couples in The Woodlands achieve positive results and may be able to help you. Call us at (832) 534-2589 to discuss the details of your situation.

Study says divorce more common when wife gets sick

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.

Eliot Spitzer’s ex-wife to receive millions from divorce payout

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.

At BB Law Group PLLC, our experienced team of attorneys helps make the divorce process for couples in The Woodlands as simple and painless as possible. Contact us at (832) 534-2589 to learn more about how we can help you with your divorce or other family law concerns.

Twitter users more prone to divorce and infidelity, study finds

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.

At the BB Law Group PLLC, we assist divorcing couples in The Woodlands in filing for and going through the process of divorce. Call us at (832) 534-2589 and learn more about how we can effectively help you in this trying time.

‘Love Will Keep Us Together’ singing duo filed for divorce

After almost 39 years of marriage, singing sensation duo Captain and Tennille has filed for divorce, a report by Reuters revealed.

A court clerk from Arizona stated that 71-year-old Daryl Dragon and 73-year-old Tony Tennille filed their divorce papers in Prescott, AZ on January 16. The couple wed in February 1975, and has no children. Dragon and Tennille made numerous hits together, including ‘Love Will Keep Us Together,’ ‘Muskrat Love,’ and ‘Do That to Me One More Time.’

Filing a divorce is an incredibly sensitive and complex matter among the parties involved. If you are from The Woodlands and are considering pursuing a divorce, our lawyers from the BB Law Group PLLC know just how important it is for you to reach a fair divorce agreement. Call us at (832) 534-2589 to learn more about how we can work through this process together.

Group organizes flash mob for domestic violence awareness

A flash mob was staged at Market Street in The Woodlands October 13 to “take a stand against domestic violence”.

Organizer Janice Warren, who has close ties to the Montgomery County Women’s Shelter, said October is an optimum time to stage a flash mob dedicated to the cause as October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

She said that according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in four women and their kids will be the victim of domestic violence.

A congressional staff report also stated that domestic violence is the primary cause of injury to women from 15 to 44 years of age.

Part of the exercise to reach out to domestic violence victims is talking about what constitutes domestic violence. According to Warren, this includes not only acts of physical violence but also psychological, sexual, or verbal attacks.

No one should have to tolerate abuse. If you or a loved are being abused by a partner, you need an experienced and compassionate lawyer on your side to protect you and your family. Please give our attorneys at the BB Law Group PLLC in the Woodlands a call at (832) 534-2589 to confidentially discuss your legal options and the possibility of divorce today.

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