A Daily Mail story published January 30, 2014 details another split that is sure to send a lot of followers of the popular reality show “The Real Housewives of New York City” into a depressive spell. It writes:
Yesterday it was claimed that her husband of 27-years had been ‘cheating’ on her.
Now, Real Housewives of New York star Ramona Singer has filed for divorce for Mario, People has confirmed.
Jill – a friend of Ramona’s – claimed that Ramona caught Mario cheating with a woman at the couple’s Hamptons home last weekend.
She added: ‘She saw him there with the girlfriend and made a big scene and called the police, she did not want a divorce. Roman loves her life. She loves Mario.’
In a statement to People about the split, Ramona said earlier this week: ‘This is a personal and private matter for our family.’
The Singers’ reason for divorce is only one of countless reasons why married couples decide to call it quits. As divorce is a heavy decision that will have repercussions left and right, it is best to call a dependable lawyer in Gallatin, TN to help the divorcing party get what he or she deserves out of the split.
It is important for people undergoing a divorce to remember that it is meant to help liquidate any properties the couple once shared. Divorce also helps settle custody issues if the couple has children.
Besides getting a good Gallatin family lawyer to help get through the divorce as quickly and economical as possible, it is also important for him or her to know the intricacies of law in Tennessee. This can be done through research and consulting a trusted lawyer like Kenneth J. Phillips – Attorney at Law.
Divorce is never an easy undertaking, as it is ending a significant part of a couple’s lives. Parties involved in the process should take it seriously.
(Source: Real Housewives’ Ramona Singer ‘files for divorce from husband Mario’ just a day after cheating rumours emerge, The Daily Mail, January 30, 2014)
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