Real Housewife of Beverly Hills, Taylor Armstrong, files for Divorce

If you watched the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills last season, you may have seen the trials and tribulations involving Taylor Armstrong and her husband Russell. You may have thought that divorce was imminent during the season. Well, the time has now come as Taylor has just filed for a Los Angeles County divorce. Taylor has told PEOPLE the following: "It was a difficult decision but I have decided to file for divorce from Russell. Although we have tried our best to work out our differences, I have come to the conclusion that it is in the best interest of our family that we separate." The couple have a 5 year old daughter, Kennedy. Unless the couple has a prenuptual agreement in place, the division of the parties' marital estate will be divided in accordance with California community property laws, where all property acquired during the marriage is divided 50/50. In addition to the division of marital assets (and debts), the parties will also have to work towards a child custody and visitation plan, determine child support and spousal support, which are all factors that encompass the procedure for divorce. It remains unknown if the parties' divorce will be covered on next season's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. It'll definitely make for some good television. However, it seems like the curse of the Real Housewives show is making its way to Beverly Hills. I previously blogged about the Orange County divorces of Real Houswives Tamra Barney and Vicki Gunvalson in previous posts. Let's hope Taylor and Russell can work through their differences and finalize their divorce as amicably as possible, especially for the sake of their young daughter. If you are contemplating a divorce in either Los Angeles or Orange County, contact an Orange County divorce lawyer for more information. Source: Real Housewife Taylor Armstrong files for divorce

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