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June 2014 Archives

Oasis singer's child support deal ends

New York fans of the band Oasis may be interested in a case involving the former frontman for the band. The singer, Liam Gallagher, and his former lover, freelance journalist Liza Ghorbani, had a child support arrangement for their 18-month-old daughter, Gemma. Gemma is one of four children fathered by Gallagher, whose children all have different mothers. Gallagher and Ghorbani met when she wrote a profile of him for the New York Times. At the time, Gallagher was still married.

Halle Berry ordered to pay child support

Halle Berry is known in New York and beyond for award-winning performances in a variety of movies. Lately, however, she's been making court appearances in order to resolve a long-standing custody dispute with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry, a model and father of Berry's now-six-year-old daughter. Aubry and Berry had a custody dispute in 2012 over the girl, and Aubry became the primary custodial parent.

Podestas settle divorce on friendly terms

New York residents who follow the art and political scenes probably know that American lobbyists Tony and Heather Podesta separated and fought about how their property and art collection would be divided. On June 8, the couple announced that they reached a divorce settlement and plan to remain friends. Tony and Heather married in 2003 and have become famous in the social and art worlds. This was his second marriage and her third, and the couple had no children. They had homes in Virginia, Australia, Italy and in Washington, D.C., where the couple would have parties. The pair also went to many galas and fundraisers in designer attire.

Older New York couples face more challenges during divorces

With divorce on the rise among couples age 50 or older, New York residents who are contemplating ending a marriage should be aware that dividing marital assets will be more complicated for them than younger couples. That's because older couples likely have been accumulating joint assets for decades, rather than a few years for younger couples.

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