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Courtney Cox and David Arquette officially divorced

Sometimes, a married couple will decide to get a divorce. Many different reasons can be behind a couple's decision to seek a divorce. Whatever the reason for a divorce, a divorce can involve many important issues. How such issues are resolved can be very impactful on the involved parties.

Recently, a celebrity divorce was finalized. The divorce in question is the divorce of actress Courtney Cox and actor David Arquette. Cox and Arquette have played roles in many films and televisions shows. Cox is perhaps best known for her work in the shows "Friends" and "Cougar Town." Both Cox and Arquette have starred in the "Scream" film series.

Cox and Arquette wed in 1999. In 2010, the two separated. In June 2012, they filed for a divorce.

On Wednesday, the judge in the former couple's divorce case finalized their divorce.

One major issue that sometimes comes up in divorce cases is child custody. Cox and Arquette have one child, an 8-year-old daughter. It has not specifically been reported what child custody arrangement was reached in the former couple's divorce case. However, given the fact that both Cox and Arquette were asking for a joint child custody arrangement, it seems likely that this was the arrangement that was reached.

Another impactful issue that can come up in connection to a divorce is property division. No details have come out regarding what happened in relation to the issue of property division in the divorce of Cox and Arquette. One wonders what resolutions were reached in regards to this issue in this divorce.

Source: Los Angeles Times, "Courtney Cox's divorce from David Arquette finalized," Nardine Saad, May 29, 2013

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