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'Twilight' actor getting divorced

Sometimes, a married couple will make the decision to get divorced. This can be seen in a celebrity divorce case which has recently arisen. The case involves the actor Michael Welch and his wife. Welch has played roles in many films and television programs. He is perhaps best known for having played the role of Mike Newton in the popular "Twilight" movie series.

Welch and his wife wed in 2008. In December 2011, the couple separated. This Valentine's Day, a divorce petition was filed in regards to the couple's marriage.

This divorce filing was made in a court in California. The filing was made jointly by Welch and his wife.

Welch and his wife do not have any children. Thus, child custody will not be an issue in their divorce.

According to the joint petition filed by Welch and his wife, property division also will not be an issue in their divorce.

Thus, it appears that the divorce between Welch and his wife will be fairly uncomplicated and straightforward.

It is important to note that this isn't always the case when it comes to divorces. Divorces can give rise to many issues. Such issues can involve many important things and can have many complicated aspects. How such issues are ultimately resolved can be very impactful on all of the parties involved. Sometimes, such issues lead to legal disputes between the divorcing parties.

Thus, a divorce can be a complicated thing. Consequently, if a person is considering a divorce, he or she may wish to consider seeking advice from an experienced family law attorney.

Source: TMZ, "'Twilight' Star Michael Welch - DIVORCE On Valentine's Day," Feb. 24, 2013

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