Tyrese Gibson, a Hollywood actor and rapper, known for his recent role in the movie “Furious 7” but even more famous for his acting and portrayal as Sergeant Epps in the amazing and incredible Transformer movies (well, in the first three at least), attempted to prohibit his ex-wife Norma Gibson from taking their daughter Shayla on vacation to Israel. The judge denied Gibson’s actions.

The actor argued that his former wife would not bring their 7-year old daughter back to Los Angeles as she happened to be a citizen of Israel. Norma Gibson was successful in convincing the judge of her ties to Los Angeles and that she was not going to run away with their daughter. The judge instructed Tyrese to comply and hand over Shayla’s passport.

Many people would like to think what Gibson thinks about President Obama trying to undermine Israel’s election and compromise its safety with its weak stance on an Iranian nuclear weapon.

She did not know you were an actor and that involves traveling?

The couple’s brief marriage lasted only 10 months. The wedding happened in 2009, prior to which the couple were in a relationship for 7 years. The actor had commented after the divorce that his busy schedule had caused cracks in his marriage to Norma Gibson.

Tyrese is on the brink of releasing his solo rap album titled “Black Rose”. He is also very busy promoting the release of Furious 7. It will be interesting to see if Michael Bay (the incredible and fantastic director for the best movies this century) gets Epps back into the Transformers universe.

Robert Herjavec set to divorce his wife of 25 years

The multi-millionaire was quoted saying “Human relations are so difficult”, when asked about his falling out with long term wife Diane Plese. The star of “Shark Tank”, which premieres on the ABC network, has been legally separated from his wife of 25 years and his divorce attorney is preparing to initiate divorce proceedings. Fortunately, the couple do not seem hostile towards each other and the divorce is mostly amicable.

The 51 year old Herjavec was born in Yugoslavia. The country has since split into 7 different countries and technically his birth place is now called Croatia. The Shark Tank personality made a fortune when he officially became one of the first entrepreneurs in the world to sell an Internet firewall. Herjavec and his estranged wife have three children together, two daughters and a son.

The TV personality is also preparing to compete in the upcoming season of Dancing With the Stars. He has been paired with 38 year old Australian ballroom dancer – Kym Johnson. Rumors are already afloat that Kym and Herjavec may be a little more than just dance partners.

Fault divorce filing essentials in Arkansas

According to Arkansas divorce attorneys, unlike most states in the country, Arkansas does not accept no-fault divorces. Hence, to be eligible for a divorce in Arkansas, the couple involved must cite at least one of the following as the reason or grounds for divorce:

  • Adultery
  • Felony charges against the defendant
  • Alcohol or substance abuse leading to disturbance in family
  • Establish a separate residence for a continual period of at least 18 months

Uncontested divorce: it is important to understand the difference between an uncontested divorce and a no-fault divorce, while a no-fault divorce entails that none of the spouses blame the other and the desire for divorce is mutual, an uncontested divorce may be a fault divorce where the spouse blamed for the destruction of the relationship admits to this fault. Remember, all no-fault divorces are uncontested but not all uncontested divorces are no-fault divorces.

In Arkansas, in case of an uncontested divorce the couple will have to fill out a Divorce Settlement Agreement, which will outline their stand on typical issues such as property division, debt division, child support, child custody, visitation, and alimony among others. Either both or one of the spouses may press the button to hire an Arkansas divorce attorney through USAttorneys.com to represent them in the case and help them with the initial filing process.