Chris Brown’s ex wants more in child support

In March, Chris Brown has reportedly stopped supplying monthly child support for his daughter after his ex demanded higher payments, The Daily Mail reported on May 25.

Chris refused to pay child support after the mother of his child, Texas-based former model Nia Guzman, requested the payment be increased from $2,500 to $15,000. Nia and Chris have an 11-month-old daughter together named Royalty. The report also stated that lawyers have been preparing legal documents to petition for a new child support agreement and demand the lost payments.

In May 17, Chris Brown walked his daughter down the red carpet of the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.

Child support issues like this ultimately affect the children involved. To seek help in securing your child’s right to financial assistance, speak with our team of family law attorneys at Arenson Law Group, PC. You may reach our Cedar Rapids office by dialing (319) 363-8199 today.

Court grants Paula Patton a divorce from Robin Thicke

A Los Angeles court has granted Precious actress Paula Patton a divorce from her husband of nine years, Robin Thicke, the Cleveland.com stated on Wednesday, March 18.

The divorce will officially take effect on April 14. The 39-year-old actress and the 38-year-old ‘Blurred Lines” artist have a four-year-old son together. Paula inspired most of Robin’s songs,  and she has also been featured in many of his music videos.

The divorce decision came amid controversies surrounding Thicke’s 2013 hit ‘Blurred Lines.’ A court recently ordered Thicke and his co-artist Pharrell to pay the family of late music icon Marvin Gaye for copying his 1977 song ‘Got to Give it Up.’

If you are thinking about filing for a divorce in Cedar Rapids, you need the legal guidance of a divorce attorney who is capable of providing you sound legal advice and firm legal representation. Consult with us at Arenson Law Group, PC by calling (319) 363-8199 and tell us more about your situation.

Harold Hamm’s ex turns down nearly $1 billion divorce payment

The ex-wife of oil magnate Harold Hamm, Sue Ann Arnall, turned down a check for $975 million, claiming that her stake is worth more than that, CNNMoney reported on January 7.

Arnall is fighting for more money as she filed an appeal claiming that the oil tycoon’s vast fortune was both because of her efforts and his. Hamm agreed to the payment last November, although he also filed for an appeal, claiming that his fortune had been reduced due to the sharp fall in oil prices.

Harold Hamm is the founder of Continental Resources, a large petroleum liquids producer where Arnall, an attorney, also held executive positions. The couple, who never created a pre-nuptial agreement, were married for 26 years and have two children together.

A divorce settlement could affect your future for years to come, and it is important that you fight for the wealth you are entitled to. An assertive attorney could be critical in the intricate legal process of divorce, to work tirelessly on your behalf for the settlement terms you believe you deserve. To seek the help of a family law attorney in Cedar Rapids, consult with our team at Arenson Law Group, PC, by calling (319) 363-8199 today.

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