According to reports, it seems that former Atlanta Braves star, Andruw Jones, is going to be facing even more legal difficulties now that his wife has filed for divorce. Towards the end of last year, Atlanta news stations reported that on Christmas morning Andruw Jones' wife, Nicole, called the police to report her husband had grabbed her neck and threatened to kill her. As a result, Andruw was arrested and charged with battery.
Following that incident, court documents show that on New Year's Eve Nicole officially filed for divorce to end their 10-year marriage, stating irreconcilable differences. As part of her divorce request, Nicole also allegedly asked for joint legal and primary custody of their 9-year-old son, child support, alimony and a 50/50 split of the couple's property and assets. In order to achieve this, Nicole asked the judge to declare the couple's prenuptial agreement null and void.
Even without the involvement of children from a marriage, a prenuptial agreement, or the unfortunate existence of domestic violence, divorce can be an extremely difficult and emotional experience. In divorce proceedings, the two parties must come to an amicable agreement as to the division of assets, property, spousal support and other important issues, or face litigation in court.
Whether you wish you file a collaborative divorce, or you need legal representation during a contested divorce, the attorneys at the firm are here to help. We not only understand what it will take to defend your rights and protect your interests, but we also know the impact your divorce will have on your personal life, your professional life, and your future. That is why each of the firm's attorneys is committed to helping clients to pursue their personal objectives, both in negotiations and at trial.
To find out how the attorneys at the firm can help with your divorce, contact a Paulding County divorce lawyer at Henrickson & Sereebutra today.