Television Star Files for Divorce
Anthony Anderson is a 45-year-old actor best known for his television roles on Treme, The Shield and Black-ish. According to a news report in the NY Daily News, Anderson’s wife has officially filed for divorce. They have been married since 1999 and have two children, but have been separated for some time. It is unclear from the report what may have led to the divorce, or if the television star is preparing for a drawn-out and painful custody negotiation process.
All divorce proceedings are stressful but high-end divorces involving children and a significant amount of money can prove complicated and messy. High-end and high profile divorces come with a variety of unique challenges. They often involve disagreements regarding property division and other mutually owned high net worth assets. Disagreements regarding the division of assets are not only stressful for the parents, but also for the children.
A high-end net worth divorce attorney can make sure negotiations are handled efficiently and privately. It is often necessary to strategize financial decisions before entering into negotiations and to plan for potential pitfalls regarding tax implications of the divorce. In addition to the division of assets, it will be necessary to determine what is best for the children.
Custody battles can get ugly. It’s important to remain calm and keep the best interests of your children in mind at all times. The court will take into consideration the wishes of the children, the relationship the children have with the parents, the home environment of each spouse, and a number of other important factors. It is possible to negotiate the custody terms outside of a courtroom, but ultimately the court will have to approve the agreement.
If you are about to go through a divorce involving a complicated division of assets or custody battle, make sure you have an experienced Pennsylvania divorce attorney on your side who will fight for your best interests. The Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz, P.C. can be reached at (610) 645-0100.