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Former NFL star and wife of 2 weeks may divorce

On behalf of Law Office of Ann A. Thomson, A Professional Law Corporation posted on Friday, February 14, 2014.

A high-asset divorce can be complicated, and in the world of celebrity, they aren’t uncommon. On Feb. 7, it was reported that a former NFL star and his wife are now seeking a divorce. According to the news, they were only married for around two weeks at the time of the divorce announcement.

In the news, it was reported that Terrell Owens, a past NFL star, and his wife, who was allegedly wealthy before the marriage, will now be getting a divorce. According to the news, he and his wife were married secretly on Jan. 23 in Newhall, California, but now she has left California and allegedly plans to file for divorce. She claims that he only married her for her money; she may believe this because she thinks he used her so that he could get a loan for a $2 million home in Sherman Oaks, California. Now, the woman claims she’s heartbroken and betrayed, especially since they had been friends for at least five years. She claims they had a secret relationship that entire time, but that she married him out of love.

Marriages and divorces are sometimes frustrating. In this case, the divorce is taking place quickly after a marriage, but it can still lead to the splitting of some assets and items under California law. Many times, divorces lead to the splitting of assets 50/50, but in this case, it may not happen due to extenuating circumstances. If you find yourself looking into divorce and wonder how it will affect your finances and other parts of your life, you may want to speak with an attorney.

Source: TMZ, “TERRELL OWENS’ WIFE I WANT A DIVORCE Two Weeks After Wedding” No author given, Feb. 07, 2014


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