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Yankees GM and his wife officially divorced

A divorce can give rise to many important issues. Divorce-related issues can be very complicated in nature. How such issues are ultimately resolved can have significant impacts on the parties involved.

Recently, some celebrity divorce news has arisen. The news regards Brian Cashman (general manager of the New York Yankees) and his ex-wife. Cashman and his ex-wife have been going through a divorce. It has recently been reported that Cashman and his ex-wife have reached a deal regarding the issues connected to their divorce and that their divorce has been finalized. Reportedly, the finalization occurred yesterday. Cashman and his ex-wife had been married for nearly two decades.

One of the issues that can arise in connection to a divorce is child custody/visitation. Cashman and his ex-wife have two children (a 14-year-old daughter and a 9-year-old son). Under the terms of the above-mentioned divorce deal, the children will reside with Cashman's ex-wife and Cashman will have visitation rights.

Another issue that can arise in connection to a divorce is alimony. In the divorce deal, Cashman has agreed to pay alimony to his ex-wife. Under the terms of the deal, Cashman's ex-wife will get alimony from Cashman until Oct. 31, 2025 or until she remarries, whichever comes first.

Property division is another issue that can arise in connection to a divorce. The New York Post article which reported on the finalization of the Cashman divorce did not have much in the way of details regarding what terms regarding property division the former couple's divorce deal has. The article did mention that, under the terms of the deal, Cashman's ex-wife will receive the former couple's home.

Source: The New York Post, "Yankees GM Cashman's divorce finalized," Laurel Babcock, Feb. 6, 2013

Our firm handles a wide variety of family law matters, including divorce-related matters. To learn more about our practice, visit our Massachusetts divorce page.

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