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Sarah Palin's son getting divorced

Sometimes, a couple will make the decision to end their marriage. Many important and impactful issues can arise in connection to a divorce.

Recently, some divorce-related news has arisen. The news regards Track Palin, son of former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. It has recently been reported that, Track Palin (23) and his wife (22) are getting divorced.

Track Palin and his wife got married in May 2011. The couple has one child, a 1-year-old daughter. Reportedly, on Dec. 1, the couple filed a joint petition for a divorce.

It has been reported that Track Palin and his wife have reached a settlement in regards to the issues related to their divorce.

Among the things this settlement sets is how property will be divided between Track Palin and his wife. Included among the property division terms of the settlement are that Track Palin will get his gun collection (valued at $1,000) and that his wife will get her jewelry collection (valued at $4,000).

Another thing this settlement sets is the custody arrangement regarding the couple's child. Under the terms of the settlement, Track Palin's wife will get physical custody of the child, while legal custody of the child will be shared by the couple.

This divorce case illustrates a couple of points that are worth noting. The first is that many important issues, such as property division and child custody, can arise in connection to a divorce. The second is that divorcing couples sometimes resolve such issues through settlement agreements.

Source: The Huffington Post, "Track Palin And Wife Britta Settle Property And Custody Disputes: Report," Dec. 13, 2012

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

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