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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux announce divorce

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, well-known celebrity actors, shockingly announced recently that they are ending their two-and-a-half-year marriage. The superstar couple have spent the last seven years together. Aniston's publicist stated that they decided to go their separate ways at the end of last year, but fully intend on continuing their friendship.

Property division in a baby boomer divorce

Baby boomers are divorcing more than ever these days. Often referred to as grey divorce, these divorces take place among individuals who are over the age of 50, nearing retirement and have often been married many years. As one can imagine, there are usually significant assets to be disbursed in these matters, many of which have been accumulated over a long period of time. Retirement accounts, stock portfolios, equity in the marital home and pensions all become issues. However, aside from the financial aspects to deal with, older couples tend to have more disputes over those things which are sentimental in value.

Factors to consider when creating a parenting plan

Child custody negotiations can be contentious when Georgia parents cannot agree regarding what arrangements will serve their children's best interests. When parents can't find common ground and execute their own parenting plans, the courts may step in and mandate how two parents will share in the legal and physical custodial responsibilities of their kids. However, many sets of parents can work together to create parenting plans that acknowledge their children's needs and include both parents in the upbringing of their offspring.

Privacy in a high-profile Georgia divorce

More often than not divorce is messy. Especially when there are high value assets and businesses at stake. For high-profile couples, it can be extremely difficult to maintain trust among mutual friends, colleagues, and others who gain access to personal information once it becomes public record. This can negatively affect the operation of businesses, the emotional well-being of children who are involved, and other matters. For this reason, there are measures which a couple can mutually take to request that a court seal divorce records.

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