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Friday, September 22, 2017

One U.S. attorney general to deal with divorce issues

A state attorney general has filed for divorce from her husband of 14 years, according to a news report. Texas residents may have already heard about this story, which has been making headlines nationwide. Given the high profile nature of the separation, it is likely the couple will face certain unique divorce issues. However, much of their separation will follow lines familiar to those who have experienced divorce in the past. 

Clint Eastwood overcomes divorce issues to finalize

A legendary actor is finally coming to the end of a years-long divorce battle, according to entertainment news. Clint Eastwood, known here in Texas as a Hollywood staple, has been dealing with divorce issues related to his separation from his estranged wife for some time now. However, apparently the couple has finally reached a stable settlement agreement.

Divorce issues for Bo Duke

The former star of a wildly popular television show is facing a divorce, according to entertainment news. Texas residents will no doubt remember John "Bo Duke" Schneider, of Dukes of Hazzard fame. Schneider's wife has filed for divorce in their home state. Divorce issues for individuals in the public eye can be more complicated than for average citizens, but many of them remain the same. 

Scott Stapp faces divorce issues

The lead singer of one of the early 2000's most popular bands is facing the end of his marriage as a result of substance abuse problems on the part of the star. Texas residents are probably familiar with the rock band Creed, which came to prominence in 1997 with the release of "My Own Prison." Now, Scott Stapp, the troubled front man of the group, is facing divorce. The divorce issues faced by the couple may be unique, considering Stapp's stardom and struggles with substances. 

Divorce issues for couples with high assets

While any divorce is going to be challenging for both parties involved, it is perhaps exacerbated when large assets are involved. Texas residents understand that different types of divorce mean different divorce issues, particularly for those splitting millions or even billions in assets. However, there are several ways for individuals in this situation to avoid costly errors that could end up drastically impacting their settlement.