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Rob Van Dam’s wife Sonya files for divorce

TMZ is reporting that Rob Van Dam’s wife Sonya has filed for divorce and is hoping to end their 17 year marriage.

The court documents were filed in Los Angeles citing irreconcilable differences. Sonya is asking for spousal support, attorney fees, and also wants the judge to restore her maiden name. A divorce is a hard thing to go through. It can be an emotionally and financially draining process. This is a vulnerable time in anyone’s life, and choosing a good divorce attorney is a must. You will be putting your life in this person’s hands. The outcome of the case can determine your financial standings for many years, and the consequences of a bad divorce attorney can be devastating, especially if there are children involved. You can check weblink for more about the divorce attorney.

Usually, a good divorce attorney will try to settle your case without going to court. Attorney’s fees are usually higher the longer and more complex the case gets. So, if the divorce can be settled without going to court, the fees will usually be lower. If the attorney suggests that you go straight to court with no attempt to resolve your issues without a judge, chances are he just wants a good payday. In reality, this type of lawyer doesn’t care what happens to you or your family, and this is not what you want. A good divorce attorney will still charge his fees, but he won’t deliberately try to hike the fees up by going to court when there’s really no need. Also, a good attorney would take into consideration the parties feelings and emotions, especially if children are involved. If you are on a limited budget, you can still find an effective attorney. While some divorce attorneys can be quite expensive because of their high reputation, you can still find one that you can afford or an attorney who is willing to make payment arrangements with you. To find a reliable divorce attorney, it is important to do your research. Speak with others who have used the attorney’s services or learn about what their practices are in the courtroom. If finances are keeping you from finding a dependable divorce attorney, research legal services that are available for low-income families and individuals.

If the divorce attorney suggests counseling, this is a sign of a good attorney. This shows that the attorney actually cares for the well being of your family. A poor attorney wouldn’t care, and would rather you went ahead with the divorce, counseling or not. He would get paid more if you didn’t go to counseling. Although a good attorney wants to get paid also, he would rather you and your spouse tried counseling first. If there’s a chance to salvage your marriage, a good divorce attorney will suggest you do so, but then proceed with the divorce if there’s no other option. Then he will fight to get you what you deserve, and to ensure that you are given a fair divorce hearing.

Sonya told TMZ that the two are on good terms and still talk to each other but it was time to end it as their marriage wasn’t working. “It’s a private time. It’s a hard thing for me to even talk about,” she told TMZ. She claims that the two separated back in December of last year.

In 2008 Sonya had a battle with colon cancer but is now cancer-free.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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