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Bobby Flay and Stephanie March finally divorce

New York residents may agree that sometimes the only way to emerge from a traumatic marriage is by divorcing. That is not only true of people in ordinary marriages but it is also true of marriages of high net worth couples. Celebrity chef Bobby Flay and his wife of 10 years, Stephanie March, have decided to divorce. The divorce was finalized after a tough negotiation period. March is famous for her role in Law & Order: SVU.

How are pension assets split after divorce?

The financial matters in a divorce can pose challenges to any couple. The financial conflicts often multiply when the couple is in the middle of a high-asset divorce. One such asset in a divorce that may cause conflict is a spouse's pension benefits that were earned during the marriage. The pension is also considered a marital asset and is also a property that is subject to equitable distribution.

Famous rapper arrested for failure to pay child support

Minnesota residents would agree that divorce comes as a blow to the children. While spouses can look forward to a better life after the divorce, the children are often haunted by feelings of insecurity. Hence, in the best interest of the child, courts in the country, including those in Minnesota, award child custody to one parent and order the other to pay child support. It is mandatory to pay child support in the United States. Anybody who fails to do so is penalized. Yet, there are times when non-custodial parents fail to pay child support. Celebrity parents are no exception to this rule.

Mediation may help a divorcing couple with property division

Most New York couples who have been married for a long time have accumulated a great deal of wealth and assets. All such assets and properties that either spouse has earned during the marriage becomes joint marital property, which can be equitably distributed if the couple decides to divorce.

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