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Singer Jewel announces split with husband after 16 years

People spend a lot of time accumulating things over the years. Married couples are no different and often their possessions can be worth a lot of money. When a married couple in Clinton Township decides to split up they inevitably will also have to decide how to split up all their assets. Sometimes that can be simple, but often it is not an easy process, especially when high assets are involved.

Singer, Jewel and her husband country music performer Ty Murray are reportedly calling it quits on their marriage after six years. The couple has actually been together for 16 years and has a three-year-old son together. According to reports, the couple plans to raise their son together but there were no reports as to how they plan to share custody.

Meantime, with both parties being in the music and entertainment business, they have accumulated some wealth. There were no reports as to whether or not the couple has a prenuptial agreement in place or how they plan to divide their assets. The couple did release a joint statement in which they reportedly claim that their split will be as loving as possible.

In this case it appears that both parties are prepared to put forth an effort to make their separation as amicable as possible. However, obviously not all divorce settlements go that easy, especially when high value assets are involved. If you are going through a divorce and need help with your property division, then you should probably contact an experienced divorce attorney for help.

Source: People, “Jewel & Husband Ty Murray divorcing after 16 years together,” Michele Corriston, July 2, 2014.

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