One of the major divorce rumors that has been swirling around in the celebrity world recently is that of Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey. The couple, which married in 2008, have rumored to be on the brink of divorce. Recently, Cannon confirmed that he and Carey have been living separately for "a few months" and that there is "trouble in paradise."
If you have divorced from your spouse and you have a child, what happens when you want to relocate to a different city or state? It's a tough question that doesn't have a straight answer, as every case is going to be a little bit different with a wide variety of factors. However, there are a few things to know about this complex area of divorce and family law.
You may not have heard of Harold Hamm, but he is a crucial figure in the oil industry. It is believed that Hamm owns the most oil in the ground than any American, and his drilling company, Continental, is worth $27 billion. Of course, when he first started the company nearly 50 years ago, Continental was worth a modest amount. It was valued at somewhere between $10 million and $50 million.
Imagine that you and your spouse are going through a divorce and the two of you have a prenuptial agreement. In this agreement, it outlines very clearly that your spouse stands to obtain a majority of the assets from the marriage, among many other things. Objectively, you drew the short straw, and you aren't feeling very happy when the two of you go to family court.