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Oklahoma oil magnate to pay over $995M in divorce settlement

A Reuters article on November 10 stated that Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm was ordered to pay his estranged wife a $995.5 million settlement in their divorce.
The settlement was recently ordered by Oklahoma Special Judge Howard Haralson. Sue Ann Hamm, who was a former executive of Continental Resources, had a significant role in the company’s massive growth. Before the year ends Harold will need to settle over $322 million to Sue Ann. The remaining settlement worth $650 million will be paid through monthly installments. Aside from the settlement millions worth of properties were already awarded to Sue Ann when the case was filed two years ago. The estranged couple did not have a prenuptial agreement when they got married in 1988.
The Raleigh lawyers of Marshall & Taylor PLLC are committed to securing the personal and legal rights of every individual filing for divorce. If you are in such a situation, we can work for you throughout the divorce process to safeguard your rights. Learn more about your options from us today by calling (919) 833-1040.

Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli announce divorce

Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli have recently announced that they will be getting divorced after 11 years of marriage.

According to sources in the case, the couple announced their split this week and have made it clear that “no third party” was involved.  There have been rumors that a Canadian woman in her late 20s is the reason for the couple’s split.

The couple released a statement earlier in the week, “while we have decided to end our marriage, we both share the same deep love and devotion to our children. We remain dedicated to raising our beautiful daughters together. We ask for privacy and respect during this time.”

If you or a loved one has considering a divorce, you need representation on your side at this time. Contact the Raleigh divorce lawyers of Marshall & Taylor PLLC, by calling 919-833-1040.

Dennis Quaid and wife file for divorce

Earlier today it was announced that Dennis Quaid’s third wife, Kimberly Buffington-Quaid, has filed for divorce after nearly eight years of marriage.

Buffington-Quaid says that a conflict of personalities has destroyed their marriage and promises no possibility of reconciliation. She is asking for spousal support and attorney’s fees. A temporary custody order suggests that both parents plan to share custody of their twins, who heralded national attention after they nearly died of an overdose shortly after birth.

The temporary order states that Buffington-Quaid will have possession of the couple’s main residence and Mercedes. Quaid will get the condo and Cadillac Escalade. She is asking for an even split of their assets, but reports say Quaid doesn’t want her to get anything.

If you or someone you love is going through a divorce, contact the divorce lawyers of Marshall & Taylor PLLC at 919-833-1040 today.

Shooting between agents at the California Immigration and Customs Enforcement office

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.

 

Duke’s final home wrestling match of the regular season

Raleigh divorce attorneys of Marshall & Taylor PLLC are excited to announce the final home match for the Duke Blue Devil wrestling team on Friday.

At 6:30pm on Friday, the Blue Devils will compete against NC State and Ohio University for its last home match of the regular season.  The start of the meet will take place on mat two against NC State at 6:30pm, and the second portion will take place on mat one against Ohio at 7:15pm.

Seniors Nick Adamo, Dan Adamo, Nico Cortese, Dak Adamson, A.J. Guardardo, and Chris Mullen will be recognized before the match begins.

For more information, visit www.goduke.com

California’s gay marriage ban is ruled unconstitutional

On Tuesday morning, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled that Proposition 8, the ban on gay marriage in the state of California, is unconstitutional.

Proposition 8 was a voter-mandated ban on gay marriage that came into effect in November of 2008.  Tuesday’s historic decision was made by 2-1 vote of justices in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.  The panel stated that the gay marriage ban in California “used the state’s initiative power to target a minority group and take away a right the group possessed, without legitimate reason.”

Judge Stephen Reinhardt, who was appointed by former President Jimmy Carter, stated, ”Proposition 8 serves no purpose, and has no effect, other than to lessen the status and human dignity of gays and lesbians in California, and to officially reclassify their relationships and families as inferior to those of opposite-sex couples.”

Same-sex marriage opponents will most likely appeal this decision, and it is unclear whether they will decide to try the case in front of the same court with a 14 judge panel or move directly to the Supreme Court.

The mother of all football games-Super Bowl XLVI

Raleigh divorce attorneys of Marshall & Taylor PLLC are delighted to discuss the 2012 Super Bowl this Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

The New York Giants and the New England Patriots meet on Sunday to play in the biggest football of the year at Super Bowl XLVI.  The Giants played the Patriots in the 2008 Super Bowl and won the game upsetting the Patriots’ 18-0 record.

Eli Manning, quarterback for the Giants, led his team to victory during the last three games against the Atlanta Falcons, the Green Bay Packers, and the San Francisco 49ers.  They now have a 12-7 record and plan to come out on top over the 15-3 Patriots.

The game airs Sunday Feb 5 at 6:30pm EST on NBC.  NFL.com has more information.

Klum and Seal separate

Singer Seal and his supermodel wife, Heidi Klum, have announced their separation.

Much to the surprise of their friends and to the public, Heidi Klum and Seal have separated after seven years of marriage.  Seal visited the “Ellen DeGeneres” and “Tavis Smiley” shows over the past few days to promote his new album, Soul 2, and made statements about the couple’s split.  Seal said, “She is still, in my opinion, the most wonderful woman in the world…I think our priority was to remain civil and do this thing with dignity. We still very much love each other.”

It is clear that this will not be an ugly Hollywood divorce.  The couple has four children, and though Seal has made statements about the situation, there is not a clear reason for the split.

If you are considering divorce, contact Raleigh divorce attorneys of Marshall & Taylor PLLC by calling  919-833-1040.

Duke vs. Virginia swimming and diving meet this Friday

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

Shriver proceeds with divorce from Schwarzenegger

Maria Shriver, 56, former first lady of California, is moving forward with her divorce from Arnold Schwarzenegger after some speculation that the two would reconcile.

TMZ.com, a Hollywood gossip website, stated that Shriver was making attempts to get back together with Schwarzenegger, but the New York Daily News confirms otherwise.

On July 1, Shriver filed for divorce from Schwarzenegger after discovering that he had sired a child with the family’s housekeeper, Mildred Baena.  The truth came out when Shriver approached Baena about the resemblance of the child to Schwarzenegger.

If you are considering divorce, contact Raleigh divorce attorneys of Marshall & Taylor PLLC by calling 919-833-1040.