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Wife of "Tony! Toni! Toné!" musician files for divorce

There are many important matters that can arise in connection to a divorce. For example, if a divorcing couple has children, issues of child custody and child support can come up. Other issues that can arise in connection to a divorce include spousal support and property division.

A celebrity divorce case has recently come up. The case involves the musician D'wayne Wiggins and his wife. The two have been married for around 12 years. The couple has a 17-year-old boy and a 14-year-old boy.

Wiggins is a member of the musical group "Tony! Toni! Toné!," which enjoyed a fair amount of success in the 1980s and the 1990s.

Reportedly, Wiggins' wife is now seeking a divorce from Wiggins. She recently filed a divorce petition. In this petition, irreconcilable differences are cited as the reason for the sought divorce.

According to the TMZ article which reported this story, in her divorce petition, Wiggins' wife has asked for a child custody arrangement in which she has full physical and legal custody of the children and Wiggins only has visitation rights. The article did not mention if Wiggins' wife has made any requests regarding financial issues such as child support, spousal support or property division.

It will be interesting to see how Wiggins and his wife ultimately resolve the issue of child custody and any other issues that come up in connection to their divorce.

As this case illustrates, sometimes, a married individual will seek a divorce.

As we mentioned above, a divorce can be a very complicated thing, involving many issues. This is one of the many reasons why having a strong advocate on one's side can be very important in a divorce.

Source: TMZ, "Tony! Toni! Toné! - Divorce! Divorce! Divorce!," April 10, 2013

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