A South African woman took her recently-outed husband of six years to court for $600,000 in damages.
Connecticut Supreme Court justices ruled that in the presence of an enforceable agreement with a storage facility, frozen embryos can be destroyed in a divorce case.
A North Carolina man has been awarded $750,000 in a lawsuit against his ex-wife's lover using rare alienation of affection laws.
The couple's divorce proceedings reportedly included fights over kitchen renovations, fountain pens and cigars.
Elizabeth Ann Clark accused her ex-husband and his partner of spreading a topless photo of her on Facebook and Kik.
"I felt a horrible coldness in the air as if I was being hunted by a dangerous predator, but in this nightmare, the predator was Brian," the wife said in court.
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Stephanie Workman, 47, was left facing multiple criminal charges after a vicious fight. "There was blood droppings all around the house on the floor and on the griddle," an affidavit noted.
Ashley went to Jay's friends on Sunday's episode to find out the truth.
The divorce rate fell 18 percent from 2008 to 2016, and fell again last year. Experts say people under 45 are being more decisive about when and whether to marry,
"Rich was lucky—but it was his luck, not Mary's, that produced the lottery proceeds," argued attorneys for Mega Millions winner Rich Zelasko.
"I'm taking the steps to better myself and to live a more peaceful life."
"He was leaving nothing to chance," a divorce lawyer said of Donald Trump's prenup with Marla Maples.
MacKenzie Bezos was awarded four percent of Amazon, worth more than $36 billion, as part of her divorce settlement in April.
President Donald Trump responded to a question about Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his wife filing for divorce this week.
"Looking back and seeing my behavior does not represent the man I strive to be."
"It is a complete madhouse," Jacqueline Newman, managing partner at Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd in New York, told The Hill.
"[MTV] doesn't want to talk about faith, show work ethic, or juggling three kids alone, they don't want to show the humble process of starting over after a divorce, building a career, or any real life issues."
In an emotional video, Bunni said she wasn't aware of "how serious" Offset's marriage was.
"I swear to God it was the stalker."
Thomas Dimas Salinas Jr. told his friend that his wife "would get a lot in the divorce."