In a previous post, we shared how the popular teen heartthrob Justin Bieber was in the midst of a paternity dispute. He's only 17 years old (nearly a kid himself) and has been named as the father of a 20-year-old woman's baby. The woman claims she and Bieber were together after a Los Angeles concert last year, but "The Biebs" has adamantly denied the claim.
The holidays are supposed to be the most joyful time of year; however, for many Americans, especially those who have just separated or gotten a divorce, the holidays can cause feelings of mild depression to creep into their lives. According to a recent news report, holiday blues may be caused by a number of factors, including increased stress, unreasonable expectations and disruptions of the person's daily routine.
A couple of weeks ago, the media began buzzing about a pretty startling rumor: Justin Bieber is a father. The drama has had some time to unfold at this point, and Bieber is not just sitting by, waiting for the gossip to stop. He wants to put a stop to the rumor.
Small business owners wonder whether the company will survive a divorce. Part one of this post covered ways you can protect your business long before you contemplate divorce. It also discussed the concepts of separate property and marital property and how courts categorize your business. Finally we touched on how courts in different states treat the division of marital property. In this post, we'll get into the details about business valuation and division.4. ValuationWhen it comes to valuing your family business, a team approach is best. Your divorce attorney is the team captain. Your attorney is your mouthpiece in dealings with the court and your spouse's lawyer. Your lawyer's job is to get the best possible result for you in the divorce.
Does the end of your marriage have to mean the end of your family business? Not necessarily. In Texas, with careful planning, the right team and a little luck, a small family business can survive separation and divorce.The outcome of a divorce depends on the facts and circumstances of each individual situation. No blog post can tell you everything you need to know about small business and divorce, and no blog can substitute for professional, case-specific legal advice. But in this two-part post, you'll learn the five things you must know about what can happen to your small business when you get divorced.
The situation sounds like a film noir plot device. A suspicious spouse looks up a private detective in the yellow pages and proceeds to hire them to keep tabs on their husband or wife to see if they are being unfaithful. In a perfect world, this would only happen in black and white movies. Unfortunately, it actually takes place all the time. A Houston private investigator recently interviewed by Channel 26 Fox News says that in the vast majority of cases he confirms the spouse's suspicions.
When one parent abducts a child, leaving the other parent behind in order to avoid the child custody laws of the child's natural home, this can cause much pain for all parties, especially for the child who is denied access to the parent who is left behind.
Apparently the marriage wasn't a fairy tale like the wedding appeared to be. Realty star Kim Kardashian and NBA player Kris Humphries got engaged in May, married in a lavish and televised ceremony in August, and were divorced by Halloween.