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Husband of Stormy Daniels files for divorce

| Aug 2, 2018 | Divorce

Ending a marriage can be messy. It can include many working part, allegations and sensitive information. Whether it is an average couple or one in the public eye, those divorcing in Texas and elsewhere should understand how best to address the divorce legal issues they are currently facing. This might require assessing assets and also considering the best interests of a child with regards to custody and support.

Based on recent reports, the husband of Stormy Daniels, an adult film star actress, filed for divorce. Her husband cited adultery in his petition he filed earlier this month. He is also seeking sole custody of the couple’s 7-year-old daughter, child support as well as a disproportionate share of the couple’s community property.

In addition to filing for divorce, Daniels’ husband also filed a temporary restraining order. The order was granted and was issued to prevent Daniels from taking the couple’s daughter on her tour of strip clubs. Based on other reports, these claims are disputed and Daniels’ attorney tweeted that the couple decided to end their marriage. Regardless of the reason for divorce, the couple is seeking to end a marriage that began in 2015, and they will likely face numerous divorce legal issues along the way.

No matter how complex or straightforward the matter might seem, divorce is a complicated matter. It is a life event that can be lengthy, impacting individuals for years after it is finalized. Thus, it is important to fully understand the matter at hand and what rights are afforded to a spouse throughout the process. This can help them make the best decisions for him or herself, as well as protecting the best interests of the child.

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