To add to the complications of the divorce proceedings between former Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson and her husband Rick Salomon, new information has surfaced linking the Hollywood actresses’ gambling husband with tax fraud. Well, it may not be tax fraud since not even the IRS can figure out America’s tax code.
The iconic babe of barb wire has accused her husband of tax evasion. She says that the professional poker player beat Andy Beal, a billionaire banker that hails from Texas, for $40 million at the Bellagio Casino in Las Vegas in 2014. Apparently, Rick Salomon forgot to declare these profits to the income tax department.
This high profile couple certainly don’t lack history, this is the second time they are going through a divorce, and they seem to have a classic love-hate relationship.
Claims Salomon lied in annulment papers
If celebrity gossip and speculation website TMZ and their sources are to be believed, Anderson has claimed that her on again off again hubby blatantly lied in his annulment papers saying that he lives in Nevada, where the state does not need one to pay any income tax, while he pursues a very lavish, very materialistic lifestyle in Malibu, California. Who says a poker face is only for the poker table?
It has transpired that Pam is under the false impression that Salomon is filing for annulment in Nevada so she doesn’t get any of his money. However, Nevada is very much a community property state and she is definitely entitled to her half. This is something Pam maybe ignorant of but you can rest assured that her divorce attorney will be very well aware of the Nevada state laws.
Pam was successful in obtaining a restraining order against her bad-boy husband after she did not shy away from mentioning that he had tried to strangle her while they engaged in intercourse and that he resorted to verbal abuse directed personally at her when he lost poker games. What a professional indeed!
Out lining divorce related laws in the state of Georgia
Going through a divorce can be a very unpleasant experience, accompanied by peaking stress levels, emotional turmoil, sleepless nights, and restless days. To make matters worse there is a ton of obscurity on the exact laws of divorce and divorce related issues. There are several questions that immediately come to mind when considering getting divorced…what happens to the children? How much will it cost? How long will the whole process take? What about alimony? Who gets the property?
To provide some clarity on the state laws of Georgia with respect to divorce rulings, Atlanta divorce attorneys highlight some of the basic laws that one should be aware of.
To begin with, to apply for divorce in Georgia at least one spouse must have lived in the State of Georgia for a minimum of 6 months. If both partners are in agreement on all matters concerning the divorce, there is no mandatory requirement for a divorce attorney, you may represent yourself.
You can file for either a no-fault divorce or a fault divorce; the things that qualify as “fault” are: adultery, desertion, mental incapacity, marriage between closely relatives, impotency during the time of marriage, conviction and imprisonment for crimes, addiction, and/or physical cruelty.