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Divorce news: Cardi B and Offset grew apart

Posted by Jay Turnbach | Sep 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

Divorce is a hot button issue, but in the U.S. is extremely common. And, while television shows and movies often center around explosive divorces or ones based on cheating scandals or domestic violence, divorces are not always based on such explosive reasons. In fact, often, Toms River divorces stem from two spouses growing apart over the years. While they began as a great match, as they grew and evolved, eventually, what made them a great couple, slowly disappears. According to Cardi B, this is what happened to her and Offset's marriage.

Not a traumatic divorce

According to the “WAP” rapper's Sept. 18 Instagram Live post, Offset did not cheat on her. The two simply lost their ability to see eye-to-eye on anything. As a result, rather than wait for the relationship to further implode, she filed for divorce on Sept. 15 in the Fulton County Magistrate Court. The Georgia court has a hearing set for Nov. 4.

An example of growing apart causing divorce

It is this type of situation where an out-of-court divorce settlement can likely be reached. The spouses know they do not get along, and they both want to work on a plan to start the next phase of their lives. This is especially true in this case as their share a child and are in the same industry. A protracted and contentious divorce does not serve either party well.

Accordingly, through negations between each party's divorce attorneys or through mediation with an independent third-party, these former spouses can likely reach an agreement without the need for costly litigation.

It can happen to any spouses

Growing apart happens. Adults are rarely the same people they are when they are 40 that they were when they were 20. Sometimes, couples grow together, and their new selves complement each other and their relationship only grows and flourishes. Unfortunately, sometimes, this does not always occur.

Luckily though, when these instances arise, the divorce decisions is a mutual decision that is in the best interests of all involved. Though before filing anything, one should always contact a New Jersey divorce attorney to understand one's options.

About the Author

Jay Turnbach

Contact Me: 732-908-7630 EMAIL ME Practice Areas Family Law OCEAN COUNTY DIVORCE LAWYER Attorney Jay Turnbach, our Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney, holds a law degree from Rutgers School of Law in Newark, New Jersey, and a bachelor's degree in finance from Fairfield University in Con...


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