When couples in Missouri and elsewhere face marital problems, this means either taking steps to resolve these problems or coming to the conclusion that dissolution is the best option. Divorce is never and easy process to initiate, go through and even complete; however, it is a necessary step for a married couple to officially part ways.
According to recent reports, it appears the end is finally in sight for long-estranged celebrities Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom. America knows Khloe Kardashian from the hit television show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians",and many were introduced to former National Basketball League player Lamar Odom from the show as well. It has been years since news broke that Khloe and Lamar were ending their marriage, but a series of serious hurdles along the way have delayed what appeared to be the inevitable.
Last year, Lamar Odom was found overdosed in a Nevada brothel. Khloe supposedly came to his bedside and postponed the divorce to act as his wife making medical decisions. Although Lamar eventually recovered, the marriage did not.
Recently, according to media source TMZ, the ex-couple have worked together to settle property division issues between the two and signed the paperwork to proceed with the divorce. Property division between celebrities with significant net worth is often not simple and making sure that the needs and wishes of both parties can take significant time. For those who are planning a wedding, they may want to consider signing a prenuptial agreement between them to avoid complications down the road in the event of a divorce.
With significant assets likely at stake, one can assume that each side likely had law professionals familiar with property division and high asset divorce working on their side to assure that their client's requests are met. As with all aspects of divorce, it is important to recognize the wishes of both sides and make every effort to work together to make certain the each's needs are properly met.
Source: BET, "Major Update on Khloe and Lamar's Never-Ending Divorce," Evelyn Diaz, Oct. 24, 2016