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Author's spouse filed for divorce; petition uncontested

The way in which the topic of ending a marriage is broached can take many forms. Some couples may mutually agree to end the relationship, or one party may find out that his or her spouse filed for divorce. Whatever the case may be, the emotions involved with the process can often play a role in how the case moves forward.

For many California residents, keeping emotions in check may be a wise choice. One couple in another state may be hoping to take that route in order to remain as amicable as possible throughout the divorce process. Reports indicated that the author of a book series that depicts her financial life, its impacts on her personal life and vice versa is heading for divorce. Though she stated in her books that the economic crisis of 2008 helped strengthen her marriage, that strength seems to have wavered.

Reports stated that her husband filed the divorce petition, but the filing has gone uncontested by the woman. Due to the seemingly mutual understanding of the situation, it is possible for the couple for move through their proceedings with little dispute. It was even noted that the man stated that he and his soon-to-be ex-wife were "on the same page" when it came to raising their college-aged daughter.

Finding out that a spouse filed for divorce can bring about different reactions depending on the circumstances. Some individuals may take a similar approach as the couple in this case and not contest the filing, and other parties may face more challenges when dealing with the turn of events. Because each case is unique, California residents may want to find out more information on their options for handling their specific legal circumstances when it comes to ending their marriages.

Source: New York Daily News, "NYC author who wrote about 'rags to riches' heading for divorce", Stephen Rex Brown, Sept. 1, 2017

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