Change isn't Always Negative we can help there is a positive future ahead
Change isn't Always Negative, we can help you move on there is a positive future ahead
By: Sampair Group

Putting Divorce In Reverse, Celebrity Style

Arizona Divorce Law

Every day there seems to be a news report about a celebrity break up or a reconnection. The world of celebrity romance is intriguing, and sometimes the public just can’t get enough of their favorite superstars. Whether the news is related to a birth, a marriage, a divorce, or a new film those fascinated with all things Hollywood gobble up every bit of information they can find on the rich and famous. When the headlines scream “Divorce!” it is usually just a matter of time before a well-known couple moves on to new love interests, or decides to give their union one more try. Depending on how you perceive the star in question, your opinion about their romantic choices may give you hope, or reconfirm your opinions about marriage and divorce.

One couple that most everyone seems to be rooting for though is Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck. And if recent reports are accurate the couple may be on the road to reconnection. Here are a few of the reported facts:

  • Ben and Jen have been spotted out and about lately, causing the gossip mill to work overtime and speculate that the couple is reuniting.
  • During one of their more publicized “dates” Ben was seen “acting like a gentleman” to Jennifer and the report also includes information that she was dressed to impress.
  • Shortly after one of these dates, the rumors began coming out that the divorce has been put on hold.

Of course the only two people that know whether they will end up divorced or being able to work out their issues are Ben and Jennifer. The same is true for every case, even one where the parties are not superstars. You do have the right to put your case on hold, but our advice is to do so with caution. Unless both the husband and wife are willing to give a 100% effort to the marriage, attempts at reconciliation usually falter. This is not to say couples have not been able to overcome seemingly impossible hurdles, but it does take a lot of hard work. Most times it is best to engage the assistance of a qualified therapist or counselor, and it can even help to keep an attorney on hand for answers to legal questions when they arise.

For more information about divorce, call us today. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call The Sampair Group in Phoenix and the West Valley today to schedule your appointment.