By Michael Aurit, JD, MDR and Karen Aurit, MA,
Co-Founders of The Aurit Center For Divorce Mediation
Located in Scottsdale, Arizona
DEAR DIVORCE MEDIATORS: I think I need to file for divorce because my Husband will never file first. I don’t want to cause a huge blow, and feel bad about filing, but I don’t see any other way. I just know I can’t stay married any longer.
Do I need to “serve” him with divorce papers? Is there any way he won’t see this as an attack? – FILE-SHY IN PHOENIX
By Michael Aurit, JD, MDR and Karen Aurit, MA, Co-Founders of The Aurit Center For Divorce Mediation Located in Scottsdale, Arizona
DEAR DIVORCE MEDIATORS: My husband and I have decided to divorce. We are barely talking at the moment. We have a 7-year old son, Eric and a 3-year old daughter, Ella. We also have two Goldendoodles, “Rocky” and “Roadie.” I think we’re...
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Nick Cannon beat Mariah to the pitch...I mean punch. Cannon officially filed for divorce from his once-chart-top-singing wife. Now, Cannon didn't exactly come into the marriage with the same amount that Carey did. According to TMZ.com, their pre-nup specifies that five-time Grammy Award-winning singer Carey, 45, is worth $150-million and that singer-actor and "America's Got Talent" host Cannon, 34, came into their 2008 marriage with less than $500,000. He has since earned millions of dollars independent of his estranged wife. TMZ said the document also contained a confidentiality clause, with a $250,000 penalty for...