“We are thrilled for Katie and her family and are excited to watch as she embarks on the next chapter of her life,” her atty. said. “We thank Tom’s counsel for their professionalism and diligence that helped bring about this speedy resolution.”
Call it a “reversal of fortune.” More and more women are now paying alimony and child support to their ex-husbands. It’s called “manimony,” but is this the price of financial success?
Their very public, whirlwind romance sparked rampant speculation from the very beginning and now Cruise claims Holmes is the one who is calling it quits.
Just a few days shy of their one year anniversary as a legally married couple, Dese’Rae Stage and Katie Marks have announced their plans for divorce.
There is a growing trend among baby boomers – divorcing after many years of marriage.
No ring? No problem. You don’t need to be engaged or getting married to enjoy the benefits of a prenuptial agreement. The latest trend is called a “commitment contract” and more and more unmarried couples are signing on the dotted line.
As millions of people get involved with social media, we’re now starting to hear about some of the issues that come with using these sites. But perhaps one of the biggest problems right now is the break-up of marriages.
It’s our guess that, collectively, more hours have been spent reporting on the Kardashian-Humphries divorce than the couple was actually married.
With same sex marriage becoming a reality in New York State this Sunday, an attorney has some advice.
Gay and lesbian couples can legally begin pre-applying for a $35 marriage license starting July 5. On July 25, New York State will begin issuing those licenses.
In a 2006 New York divorce case, the ex-husband says the millions of dollars that went to his ex-wife came from a Bernard Madoff account that never really existed.
A new study suggests the time you’re spending on the roads and rails might be paving a path to separation or even divorce.
The state court in Westchester is trying to make divorce less painful by offering free mediation sessions.
Investigators said Tuesday a New Jersey chemist in the middle of a divorce poisoned her husband, who died late last month.
A divorced couple who says they are back together again is getting no cooperation from a New York City judge.