When you get a divorce and only see your children part of the time, it is only natural to wonder how your kids are doing when they are with the other parent. In cases where the parties can work together and co-parent, the result is a happier and healthier child who respects authority and parental decisions. This is true even in the case of celebrity divorce, where questions of parenting are often in the spotlight.
In the case of Tiger Woods, most people know the story of how and why his divorce was initiated. It isn’t easy to forget the breaking news that the golfer had wrecked his SUV, and it was later revealed his now ex-wife had come after him with a golf club. So just what does Tiger’s ex have to… Continue reading
Our fascination with celebrities extends to everything from the birth of their children, to the dissolution of their marriages. We follow cases involving celebrities down to every little detail. For those of you that have been keeping an eye on the celebrity divorce of Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, you can give your eyes a rest. After three long years, couple has a final agreement in place.
Reports of the divorce terms include:
- J Lo will have primary custody of the couples’ twins, with Anthony given liberal visitation.
● No marital or child support will be required.
● In keeping with the common theme that final terms of a divorce consider the best interests of the children, the pair has agreed to shield their kids from the public eye as much as possible.
The only things celebrities have that the average person doesn’t are better hair, and more money. Well that might not be entirely accurate. While a good number of regular people make the decision to use a prenuptial agreement prior to their wedding, the use of a prenup is seen much more in celebrity circles. Prenuptial agreements are a way to handle important issues such as property and asset division at the time of divorce. Most couples use prenups as a means of ensuring their assets are protected. Most divorce cases involving prenuptial agreements end in distribution per the terms of the agreement. But there are exceptions, and reaching a resolution isn’t always an easy road.