Earlier this week, Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn confirmed that her husband, Thomas filed for divorce last week after four years of marriage. The divorce announcement comes as the ski season is well underway, and it is not known whether Thomas, who formerly played the role of Lindsey's coach, scheduler, and professional adviser, will continue to be involved in her professional life and career.
After being accused of fathering a child during a brief backstage tryst with a fan, pop star Justin Bieber has reportedly taken a paternity test in an effort to establish that he is not the father of the child in question. The results of the test have not yet been reported, but recently released text messages from the child's mother seem to indicate that the paternity claim against Bieber will soon be history.
Earlier this week, actress Demi Moore released a statement announcing her intent to file for divorce from Ashton Kutcher, her husband of six years. The divorce announcement comes after months of media rumors about Kutcher's alleged infidelity, with one report claiming that he cheated on Moore on the couple's sixth wedding anniversary. The couple denied that there were any problems between them, but many speculated that they were headed for divorce. In a statement to the Associated Press earlier this week, Moore confirmed that the marriage was over.
In today's volatile economy, there are even more reasons to take every possible step to protect your business than in years before. One such step is a prenuptial agreement. Previously believed to be only used by celebrities and movie stars, prenups can actually make a divorce much simpler and less stressful, while also protecting your hard-earned business interests.
More than two years after they were married in a Las Vegas wedding, the divorce of singer Christina Milian and rap star The Dream has been finalized, according to a statement from Milian's divorce attorney. According to media reports, the couple reached a settlement agreement more than a year ago, which will be honored by the family court in which the divorce filing was made.
When you make the difficult decision to separate from your spouse or end your marriage, you will likely find yourself in a complicated new world full of difficult choices and confusing legal options. Even the most basic decision - whether to seek an annulment, a legal separation, or a divorce - can be daunting if you aren't sure what each of those options provides. Here is a brief guide on these family law procedures and what each entails.
It is a fairly common story: a man and a woman become engaged and begin planning their wedding. On the way, they realize that they may not be well-suited for one another or for marriage, and contemplate calling off the wedding. However, depending on the remaining time before the wedding, the amount of money spent, and the expectations of family members and friends, they feel that they have no choice but to get married. But soon after the wedding, they file for divorce, unable to make their marriage work.