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Actor and actress divorcing

Recently, some divorce news has arisen regarding a celebrity marriage. The marriage in question is the marriage of actress Anna Camp and actor Michael Mosley. Camp and Mosley have played roles in several movies and TV shows, with Camp's credits including "True Blood," "Mad Men," "The Help" and "Pitch Perfect" and Mosley's credits including "Scrubs," "Justified" and "30 Rock."

Camp and Mosley have been married for around three years. Reportedly, late January, the couple separated.

According to azcentral.com, last month, Mosley filed for a divorce from Camp. Irreconcilable differences were cited. This divorce petition was filed in a court in California.

One issue that often ends up being a major one in celebrity divorces is the issue of how property will be divided between the divorcing parties. Given the higher-than-average income that celebrities generally earn, celebrity divorces tend to be fairly high-asset divorces. One wonders what will happen in regards to the issue of property division in the divorce of Camp and Mosley.

It is important to note that a divorcing couple doesn't have to be a celebrity couple or have vast amounts of assets for property division to be a serious issue. At all income levels, how the issue of property division is resolved in a divorce can have significant impacts.

Division of property is one of many important issues that can arise in connection to a divorce. Given how complex and impactful divorces can be, having a strong advocate on one's side can be very important when getting a divorce.

Source: azcentral.com, "Anna Camp to divorce husband Michael Mosley," May 2, 2013

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