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Pop stars involved in high-asset divorce dispute

Going through a divorce can be an emotional and complex process for any couple. But this is especially true when a couple has been married for many years and has managed to amass a high volume of valuable assets during that time. It can be extremely complicated to determine who should get what. What's more, hurt feelings and anger can make reaching an amicable agreement almost impossible.

Often when a marriage begins, neither spouse has any idea of what the future will hold. In the case of Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rosedale, their married years saw both parties achieve amazing financial success. Yet, the tremendous windfall enjoyed by these two music stars makes their current situation very difficult.

Reportedly, Mr. Rosedale is demanding that Ms. Stefani turn over in excess of half of her fortune to him following their divorce. Ms. Stefani's is said to be worth as much as $100 million. Mr. Gavin is alleged to have around $35 million worth of personal wealth.

Mr. Gavin is said to be ready to take the case to court if Ms. Stefani does not acquiesce to his demands. An insider is quoted as saying that Ms. Stefani is very regretful for having not gotten a prenuptial agreement prior to tying the knot.

If you are in the process of going through a divorce which involves the division of valuable assets, it can be very beneficial to have experienced legal representation. A Colorado high-asset divorce attorney could help you take full account of the various assets that are eligible for division. The attorney could also act on your behalf in pursuit of making sure you get that to which you are entitled.

Source: Life & Style Weekly, "Gavin Rossdale Demanding Half of Gwen Stefani's Fortune in Divorce," Allison Cacich, Sept. 28, 2015

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