In a final judgment entered by a Superior Court Judge in Los Angeles County, the divorce of Courteney Cox and her estranged husband David Arquette was finalized on May 28.
The Cox and Arquette divorce was finally completed nearly three years after they announced their break up in October 2010. They were married for 12 years before Arquette officially filed for a divorce in June 2012. According to their divorce documents, the estranged couple seeks legal and physical custody of Coco, their 8-year-old daughter.
Cox and Arquette first met in 1996 on the set of the movie “Scream.”
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Last Thursday evening, a California Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer, Ezequiel Garcia, shot Kevin Kozak, his superior officer, six times.
The shooting was said to be incited from an argument during Garcia’s performance counseling. Fortunately, Kozak is in stable condition. Garcia was shot and killed by a third officer nearby. It was stated by Garcia’s wife that they were considering divorce after 14 years of marriage. She believes that Garcia’s actions could be related to the pending divorce.
“We are doing everything humanly possible to understand why it happened and ensure it will not happen again,” said Special Agent in Charge, Claude Arnold.
Raleigh divorce attorneys of Marshall & Taylor PLLC are excited to announce Duke University’s first Atlantic Coast Conference swim meet against Virginia this Friday.
At 5pm at the Taishoff Aquatic Pavilion, Duke’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will host Virginia. Last weekend, Duke competed against Queens and South Carolina. Three of four relay events were won by the Blue Devils.
Jessica Lyden of the Duke diving team placed second in the 1-meter and 3-meter events. Head coach Dan Colella said, “We’re excited about being home for the first time this season and swimming the Cavaliers.”
There aren’t tickets for the meet and the public is welcome to attend. For more information, visit www.goduke.com
A survey of 295 married couples suggests that receiving welfare and other forms of government assistance, like food stamps and Medicaid, increases marital dissatisfaction.
A research professor at the University of Missouri authored the study which asked couples about their happiness with their marriage. Among couples receiving less than $20,000 in annual income, couples receiving government assistance were much more likely to respond that they were dissatisfied with their marriage.
The professor acknowledged that finances are widely known to cause disagreement and dissatisfaction within a marriage. However, he said he was surprised to see that welfare dramatically increased the chances of marital satisfaction in couples in the same income bracket.
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Model Karen Elson and White Stripes musician Jack White announced last week that they would be filing for divorce after 6 years of marriage. The two did so by sending their friends and family invitations to a celebration of their 6th anniversary and pending divorce.
The couple released a statement stating that they remain close friends and will be ending their marriage in the most amicable fashion. “We remain dear and trusted friends and co-parents to our wonderful children Scarlett and Henry Lee. We feel so fortunate for the time we have shared and the time we will continue to spend both separately and together watching our children grow,” read the statement.
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