This blog previously wrote about the impending divorce of reality television star-turned successful businesswoman Bethenny Frankel. Frankel has an extensive fortune from her years as a "Real Housewife" and other reality television shows and her Skinnygirl products. That is protected by a prenuptial agreement, but her estranged husband recently filed papers of his own, meaning the property division process is about to get more contentious.
In cases where children's parents are not together, there is the opportunity for difficulty with child custody and child support. It can often be that a Colorado parent who is not the main custodial parent may have to pay child support in order to help care for their children. Should someone fail to come forward with the amount stated in the terms of child support, it is possible that they could face criminal charges and/or sentences. One man recently was so sentenced and with quite a unique specification.
When you split up with someone there are many other things that get split up: custody of the dog, the house, the blender you both love. These are the things that Coloradans know about when you go into a divorce; that you're fully aware you'll have to compromise, fight for or begrudgingly hand over. These are things that are well-known when it comes to property division; however, there are some other things to be discussed now that property isn't entirely tangible.
Kim Kardashian is pregnant! It's 2013! The two statements were possibly some of the most popular said in Colorado and all over last weekend as Kanye West announced that the couple were expecting. The jovial news has elicited many various responses, one of which is in regard to Kardashian's still pending divorce. In 2011, Kardashian married to one Kris Humphries; a marriage that lasted a now infamous 72 days.
In the real world people marry and divorce every day. While most of these marriages do not play out on television for all to see, with the large number of reality programs on the airwaves these days it is becoming more and more common to be able to watch the entire relationship from start to finish.