Reality TV celebrity Khloe Kardashian and former Lakers star Lamar Odom will be officially single after a judge finalized their divorce papers on December 9, an article of NBC Los Angeles reported.
Though divorce details were scant, Kardashian, 32, and Odom, 37, can consider themselves single beginning December 17. Khloe filed for divorce from Lamar twice before it was officially finalized. She revoked the first divorce she filed in 2013, feeling a need to attend to Lamar’s medical condition after the basketball player was found unconscious in Nevada in 2015. She decided to file for divorce again last May, citing irreconcilable differences. Reports also said Khloe and Lamar will not receive financial support from one another, and their business, Khlomar, will be dissolved.
Filing for divorce is often a heartbreaking process. However, if you are going through a divorce, enlisting a skilled divorce attorney could be a viable option to make sure your interests as a person are protected. Discuss your situation with an Alexander & Associates attorney in Colleyville today by calling (817) 756-4040 to learn more about your options.
The estranged spouse of music artist Mary J. Blige is demanding spousal support, a report of New York Daily News revealed on September 15.
According to reports, Kendu Isaacs also wants Blige to pay his legal fees. The spousal support issue was revealed in July after the ex-couple filed for divorce. The 45-year-old singer is trying to prevent Isaacs from filing for spousal support. As of reporting their divorce, the two are still in the process of dividing assets and it was not clear if they had a prenuptial agreement before they got married in 2003. Blige cited “irreconcilable differences” in the divorce papers she filed from Isaacs, who was also her former manager.
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An August 14 article of International Business Times revealed that a judge in California recently denied the requests made by Nia Guzman, in favor of well-known music artist Chris Brown.
According to reports, the judge concluded that Brown, 27, may share custody of his 2-year-old daughter, Royalty. Guzman’s other requests included preventing Brown’s mother from seeing Royalty and asking Brown to undergo a drug test. Both requests were turned down. A previous decision ordering Brown to settle $20,000 in legal fees was nullified. After losing the child custody case, Guzman reportedly has discontinued her request of increasing the monthly support she is receiving from Brown. Guzman also lost the case she filed last year, which would also would have denied Brown custody.
The attorneys at Alexander & Associates in Colleyville understand that fighting for child custody is a complicated process. However, if you are fighting for your rights as a parent, we may be able to work on your behalf to make sure your future is protected. Call our office today at (817) 756-4040 to learn more about your options.
After being married for 12 years, American R&B and hip-hop artist Mary J. Blige and Martin “Kendu” Isaacs are divorcing, an article of Billboard reported on July 28.
Citing “irreconcilable differences,” the 45-year-old musician from the Bronx is also preventing Isaacs, who was her manager, from receiving spousal support in the divorce documents she filed. The sad split of the couple was reportedly confirmed by Blige’s spokesperson, who said “sometimes things don’t work how we hope they would.” Before filing for divorce, Blige talked about her marriage in a 2014 interview where she realized the hardships of having a manager who also is your spouse. The spokesperson also said that Blige will continue with her music career and expressed her gratefulness for the support from her fans.
If you make the tough decision of filing for divorce, enlisting the help of a compassionate attorney is critical in making sure all your rights are protected while you are trying to recover from your emotional hardships. Find out how an attorney at Alexander & Associates in Colleyville may represent you today by calling (817) 756-4040.
Professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors Andre Iguodala is facing an increase in monthly child support payments if the mother of his daughter is successful. Reports have said the 31-year-old Warriors shooting guard is currently paying $18,000 each month, but his 6-year-old daughter’s mother, Clayanna Warthen, is seeking to raise that amount to $58,000.
According to reports, Warthen is demanding the increase in monthly payments in order to better accommodate the educational needs of their exceptionally intelligent child. In what many have seen as an attempt to attack Iguodala’s personal character, Warthen claims that he seldom spends time with his daughter. Allegations that Iguodala does not want his daughter to play basketball due to his fear that she will “turn into a lesbian” have also surfaced. The truth of these rumors remains unclear.
If you are dealing with the stress of an unresolved legal family issue, contact the attorneys at Alexander & Associates in Colleyville today by calling (817) 756-4040 to learn about how we can help you.
Well-known American country music artist Reba McEntire recently stated that her 26 years of marriage with Narvel Blackstock have officially ended, an article of the NY Daily News reported on December 20.
According to reports, the divorce of McEntire and Blackstock was finalized on October 28. Through her official Facebook Page, McEntire confirmed that her divorce with Blackstock was finalized after months of separation. The 60-year-old singer also thanked her supporters in the online statement. The ex-couple both stated that they will continue working with one another. McEntire is most well-known for her 1980’s songs “Somebody Should Leave” and “How Blue.” Blackstock has served as McEntire’s manager for many years.
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The reality stars of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills announced the end of their marriage after months of separation on Tuesday, Dec. 1. Yolanda and David Foster “knew it wouldn’t work” for months before finally making the decision to divorce. The causes for the split stem from Yolanda’s battle with Lyme disease, which pulled the couple apart as she was recovering, and David’s continued traveling for work and charity.
Reports indicate that Yolanda felt as if her husband was not there for her in her time of need. In addition, the couple led separate lives as Grammy-winner David continued to work towards his music career and former Dutch model Yolanda was on bed rest. Yolanda was diagnosed with Lyme disease shortly after her marriage to David in Nov. 2011.
Hours after announcing her divorce, Yolanda blogged about her health struggle with Lyme disease, citing her hopes that a cure for the chronic condition will be discovered soon and sharing her personal experience with the illness. The couple is amicable in their separation, noting that they tried their best and their love has not changed.
Divorce will almost always be an incredibly trying emotional experience for any spouse, making the guidance of a compassionate and skilled attorney all the more valuable. If you are considering divorce, contact the Colleyville divorce lawyers at Alexander & Associates. Call (817) 756-4040 today to discuss your case with a member of our team.
Hollywood star Halle Berry has decided to end her two year marriage with French celebrity Olivier Martinez. Reports said Martinez, 49, had also filed his divorce papers from Berry, 49, the day after the actress filed her papers on October 26. In the competing divorce papers of the estranged couple, both parties are seeking the shared custody of their 2-year-old son.
Information coming from a person close to Berry and Martinez revealed that the two are simply too different to make their relationship work, and instead have decided to continue raising their son as partners, rather than husband and wife. In an announcement regarding the divorce, the couple asked the public to respect their privacy and that of their child.
If you have decided to file for divorce, seeking a lawyer’s help will be essential to making sure that your children’s future and your rights are safeguarded. If you are in Colleyville, get in touch with the lawyers of Alexander & Associates by calling (817) 756-4040, and learn about your legal options today.
American film and television star Casper Van Dien has filed for divorce from his celebrity spouse Catherine Oxenberg, an article from chron.com reported on Monday, September 28.
According to reports, the 46-year-old star of “Starship Trooper” has filed for divorce earlier this week in Los Angeles. Van Dien reportedly cited “irreconcilable differences” as his reason for divorcing Oxenberg. As part of the divorce filing, Van Dien is demanding the legal and joint custody of his children, Celeste and Amanda, from Catherine. The couple married in Las Vegas in 1999 and have each been married once before.
When you decide to file for divorce, working with an experienced lawyer is crucial- especially if you want to ensure that your rights are protected and you are doing the best for the future of your children. Find out how a Colleyville lawyer at Alexander & Associates may work on your behalf today by calling 817-756-4040.
American R&B artist and actor Chris Brown is expected to be granted shared custody of his daughter in Houston, a September 14 article from Times Live stated.
According to a Houston judge’s ruling, 26-year-old Brown and Nia Guzman will share custody of their 1-year-old daughter, Royalty. Though Nia had stated before that her daughter’s welfare is not protected with her biological father, Brown continuously demanded his right to visit their daughter. Nia demanded sole custody of Royalty after a crime took place inside Brown’s home when he was not in Los Angeles. In the ruling, Nia’s demand to increase the child support payment was turned down, but the $2,500 monthly payment she is receiving from Brown will continue.
The Colleyville attorneys at the Alexander & Associates advocate for individuals who want to make sure to protect the welfare of their loved ones through child custody. Find out how our skilled legal team may fight for your rights as a parent today by calling 817-756-4040.