Jane Seymour, former star of the popular television show “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,” has finalized her divorce from husband James Keach. Keach was Seymour’s fourth husband, and the two were married for 22 years. Seymour, 64, and Keach, 68, filed for divorce in April 2013 and only recently finalized the process. It was reported that the actress will keep a home in Malibu, an estate in England, and lump sum of $132,000 from the divorce. Her former husband will walk away with L.A. Dodgers season tickets.
The amicable separation made it possible for the couple to also split certain shared property. For example, the former pair will share their Sherwood Country Club membership, 100 gold South African Krugerrands, and 100 Canadian Maple Leave Coins. The two worked on multiple projects together, including “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” and “Walk the Line,” any additional profits from which will also be shared.
Seymour recently opened up in an interview about divorcing in her 60s and the effects it has had on her family. The couple co-parents adult twin boys, and Seymour is the mother of two other children from previous marriages.
Divorce at any age is a difficult process for all parties involved. If you are interested in filing for divorce, the compassionate and experienced attorneys at Alexander & Associates want to help you. Divorce does not have to be a drawn out process. If you would like to discuss your concerns with a member of our team, please call us today at (817) 756-4040.
The divorce between Citadel CEO Kenneth Griffin and Anne Dias Griffin has been finalized after a 14 month dispute over their prenuptial agreement. The divorce case between the 46-year-old hedge fund mogul and his former spouse was finalized on October 6, a day before the trial over their prenuptial agreement battle would have begun.
The estranged couple would have had to attend a series of trials until next year had they remained unable to come to terms on their own. According to the signed court documents, the estranged couple will share custody of their children. Though other conditions of the settlement were not publicized, court papers stated that the “marital settlement agreement” that had been disputed by Ken and Anne Dias was valid.
The Colleyville lawyers of Alexander & Associates know how difficult divorce can be, and we advocate for our clients who are dealing with the stress and frustration of a contentious separation. If you are preparing for or in the midst of a divorce, contact us by calling (817) 756-4040 to speak to a family law attorney about your situation today.
Well-known singer and songwriter Neil Young and his wife Pegi recently filed for divorce in California to end their marriage of over three decades, an article in the Los Angeles Times reported on August 27.
Neil Young, 68, reportedly filed his petition in San Mateo County last July 29, while Pegi, 61, filed her response two weeks later. The estranged couple will undergo alternative disagreement mediation this December. The two got married in 1978 after they met in Northern California, and have two grown children. Pegi used to be Neil’s source of creativity in many of his famous love songs.
Filing for divorce can be a complicated process for many people, especially if they cannot think clearly due to emotional hardship. In this often difficult time, enlisting a divorce lawyer is important if you want to make sure all your rights are protected. Find out how the Colleyville lawyers of Alexander & Associates may work for you today by calling 817-756-4040.
Fox59 has reported that Miami Heat basketball player Greg Oden was charged with battery on August 7 for allegedly punching his former fiancé.
According to the incident report, a witness claims that the 26-year-old punched the woman in the face. Responding officers observed that Oden’s former girlfriend had blood and some lacerations on her face. A relative of the victim who also witnessed the incident said Oden and the victim often have disputes when they see each other. Oden, who did not showed signs of violence after the incident, expressed disappointment for his actions and said that he will take “full responsibility” for what happened.
Victims of domestic violence often suffer psychologically and physically from their traumatic experiences. If this happened to you in Colleyville area, the lawyers of Alexander & Associates may legally protect you against people who abuse you. Discuss your situation with us today by calling 817-756-4040 to find out how we may help you.
Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif, stars on the reality TV show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, have announced that they will be divorcing after nine years of marriage.
Maloof, a co-owner of multiple holdings in her family’s company, Maloof Companies, is reportedly seeking primary physical custody of the couple’s three children.
The split was announced just hours before Nassif, a plastic surgeon in the Beverly Hills area, filed his divorce petition. Sources close to the couple have reported that the couple has a prenuptial agreement but that the divorce battle may be contentious.
Others close to Maloof have said that she claims that Nassif let the fame from the television show go to his head. Still others have reported that the marriage has been struggling for quite some time. The exact reason for the split is still unclear at this time.
Contact the Colleyville divorce lawyers of Alexander & Associates in order to discuss your legal options if you or a loved one is considering a divorce at this time.
According to a recent study, divorce occurs in nearly 79 percent of all marital separations. Factors such as children and the length of the separation are all taken into account when a divorce is being determined.
Separation seems to be more common then just going straight to divorce, especially in couple’s that have young children under the age of 5. Researchers did an analysis on 7, 272 individuals that were in between the ages of 14 and 22 and were married at some point.
Out of the individuals, 51 percent of the couples were still married. Out of the rest of the couples, 60 percent stated that they have been through some type of marital separation and 79 percent of this group stated that their separation resulted in a divorce. The average separation is four years if a couple divorces and if the couple reunites, the average number of years is two.
If you or a loved one is considering a divorce, contact the Colleyville divorce attorneys of Alexander & Associates by calling 817-756-4040 today.
The Texas Supreme Court is currently considering whether they will approve the idea of using divorce forms in the state as a way to make it much easier and cheaper to get a divorce for those who may not usually be able to afford an attorney.
The idea of using ‘Do-It-Yourself” divorce forms is a very controversial one. On one side of the argument, you have a group of people that think that this will make the process much easier and the legal system will be more accessible.
The other group thinks that the divorce and family law in general is too much of a sensitive matter to be able to handle without the help of an experienced legal professional. The court used a task force to help create these forms so that Texans who can not afford a lawyer can still get a divorce.
The forms were meant for less complicated divorces where there are no children and few other assets to divide. Texas is currently one of only 13 states that does not have any type of divorce form. The task force then presented these forms to a board and it is unknown whether the board will approve the forms for the court’s use or if the court will make up their own.
If you or a loved one has been considering a divorce, you need representation on your side at this time that may be able to help you receive the compensation that you deserve. Contact the Colleyville divorce lawyers of Alexander & Associates today by calling 817-756-4040 today.
Kimberly Quaid has officially filed for divorce from husband, Dennis Quaid.
Kimberly filed the papers on March 2, after nearly eight years of marriage. Dennis Quaid allegedly confirmed the reports over the weekend, but stated that a “satisfactory settlement” is being worked out for both parties. The couple has twin 4-year-olds, one girl and one boy, that they are currently sharing custody of.
If you or a loved one has been considering a divorce at this time, you need representation on your side at this time. Contact the Colleyville divorce lawyers of Alexander & Associates by calling 817-756-4040 and discussing the best options for you and your family.
Michigan State University sociologists have researched the topic of divorce and health, and have found a connection between health problems and age when divorced.
There were 1,282 participants in the study, which spanned over a 15 year timeline. Several factors were examined during that time, including: age when married, age when divorced, health status throughout marriage, and health status throughout divorce. The findings were published in the Social Science & Medicine magazine.
The study showed that individuals who went through a divorce between the ages of 35 and 41 suffered from more health complications than people who experienced a divorce at a later age. These results were compared to the health statuses of the participants who stayed married throughout the entire course of the study.
If you are considering divorce, it is important to have experienced representation on your side. Please contact the Colleyville divorce lawyers of Alexander & Associates by calling 817-756-4040 today.
The Colleyville divorce lawyers are pleased to announce the debut of the musical, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, opened on Friday at Colleyville Heritage High School.
The showed played twice on Saturday at the Colleyville school theater and will have another showing the weekend of Feb. 2-4. The musical is based on a Broadway show that feature Daniel Radcliffe and Nick Jonas.
The play is about a man that uses a self-help book to help launch his career from a window washer and up toward the corporate ladder. The cast has worked after school for an extended period of time and spend the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend rehearsing.