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Dwayne Wade's ex-wife seeks 50 percent of marital assets

While the members of the Miami Heat are celebrating their playoff series win over the Milwaukee Bucks, one member of the Miami Heat may soon not have much to celebrate. That's because news related to the divorce of NBA star Dwayne Wade recently became public despite Wade's attempts to keep information related to his divorce and child custody dispute private.

Settlement reached in Kardashian and Humphries divorce

Whether you love or loathe them, most Michigan residents have at least heard of the Kardashians. Kim Kardashian is perhaps the most famous of the Beverly Hills brood and has been in the media spotlight related to a number of scandalous and salacious stories. While the pregnant 32-year-old Kardashian currently graces the covers of multiple tabloids that report on her most-recent fashion faux pas, she is perhaps best known for her brief marriage to NBA player Kris Humphries.

Former L.A. Dodgers owner accused by ex-wife of hiding assets

When a married couple of considerable wealth decides to call it quits, the divorce process is often complex and drawn-out. In many cases, high asset divorces are fueled by conflict over finances and disputes related to who gets what and how much of it.

Divorce: benefits of filing first

Marriages end for a variety of reasons. Infidelity, domestic violence, financial problems and simply growing apart are all frequently named reasons married couples decide to divorce. When a divorce seems eminent, there are several advantages to being the first spouse to officially file for divorce.

First comes love then comes...children?

There's no doubt that the process of going through a divorce can be contentious and both emotionally and financially taxing. This is especially true of married couples who share children. In divorces where children are involved, the courts actively seek to find child custody and child support arrangements that are in the child's best interest.

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