Another California celeb couples marriage bites the dust as recently reported that 29 year old ‘Transformers’ (the best movies this century besides Batman) star Megan Fox and her actor husband Brian Austin Green, 42, have decided to split. Fox reportedly filed a petition through her divorce attorney in Los Angeles Superior Court citing irretrievable breakdown in the marriage due to irreconcilable differences.

The couple met in 2004 on the set of ‘Hope & Faith’, when Fox was an 18 year old. They tied the knot in June 2010 and have two young sons Noah, 2, and Bodhi, just 18 months. They also both have California divorce lawyers who can be attained on the top legal website across the land –

Brian Green is best known for his role as David Silver in ‘Beverly Hills, 90210 also starred in Desperate Housewives as the love interest of Bree Van de Kamp. He was also in Terminator the series and performed well. Brian has been vocal about his dislike for the paparazzi that he blames for invading the couple’s private life on several occasions. No one likes them.

Spouse micromanagement

Some people know Fox did not like it when her husband used to work long hours. Many people thought that was hilarious. He was trying to provide for his family!

Frozen embryos the focus of divorce in California courtroom

Very often its kids who are the receiving end when a couple decides to divorce and now the battle has extended to frozen embryos, as reported by Mimi Lee and now estranged husband Stephen Findley who wed in 2010 have taken their divorce down a different path that could set legal precedent. The battle currently in a San Francisco courtroom is over frozen embryos and who should attain the rights.

According to California divorce attorneys the couple decided to have their embryos frozen since they feared that Lee would be rendered infertile since she was undergoing treatment for breast cancer.

Reports suggest that Findley has petitioned for the embryos to be destroyed in accordance with the terms of agreement signed by the couple. The San Jose Mercury News has reported that the drama was in its final stages with Mimi Lee getting the opportunity to tell her story to the judge.  Findley, a wealthy investment executive testified in court and said that he was worried that the embryos bearing his children could cause a problem if the couple were not together.

He claimed to have wanted to be involved in their lives but a divorce would make it a difficult proposition. Findley also alleges that Lee tried to extort millions when he asked for a divorce and brought the issue of the embryos to the forefront.

Lee’s divorce attorneys have urged Superior Court Judge Anne-Christine Massullo to consider that destroying the embryos would deny their client, who is infertile, the ability to enjoy her fundamental and constitutional right to have children and form a protective bond between parent and child. On the other hand, Findley has reiterated that the couple has signed documents from UCSF’s fertility center that clearly has provisions for destruction of the frozen embryos in the event of a divorce.

Two salient reasons

Meanwhile, couples in California seeking a divorce and needing a California divorce lawyer ought to consider that their petition must declare appropriate grounds upon which the dissolution of marriage is sought. This includes irreconcilable differences that cause a permanent breakdown of the marriage, or incurable insanity. The latter may be cited upon proof from competent medical authorities or psychiatric testimony.