In 2004 the celebrity news all seemed to be focused on the love triangle of Jennifer Aniston and her then husband Brad Pitt, and Angelina Jolie. By now most of us know how that story played out, and some people even took a side: “team Aniston” or “team Jolie”. For over a decade the public’s fascination in this story has not seemed to die, and now that Jennifer Aniston is remarried, the stories are popping up once again. The public just can’t seem to get enough of Jennifer, but this time around the ending is happy.
A popular celebrity magazine reports on wedding, but the details are few:
● Aniston has stated the wedding was private and beautiful, and she’d like to keep the news of it that way.
● The ceremony was reportedly casual, with the bride wearing a dress from a store rather than designed by a famous maker and a veil she purchased from retailer J. Crew.
● There were a handful of celebrities in attendance, including Aniston’s Friends costars Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow.
The couple are back to work after a honeymoon, and both have given reports that they are happy together. The coming years will tell if the happiness, or the “honeymoon”, lasts. As we all know, marriage is hard work. Making it work is even harder for celebrities, given that work hours are usually long and may even be in two different geographic locations. Celebrity marriages frequently end in divorce, but even when that happens there can be a good story to tell. Celebrities face the same issues many of us face when getting divorced, such as child custody and support, and coming up with a visitation schedule. Other issues that are decided in every case, regardless of your celebrity status, include asset and property division and figuring out which debt is to be paid by which spouse. We can help sort through these issues for you, and fight for what is fair and right for you. Call us today for more information about divorce, and to learn what to expect during the process.
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