Most Ohio couples who tie the knot do expect it to last until death parts them. When problems arise that neither partner feels they can overcome together, divorce is often the path they take. Rapper-singer T.I. has filed his own papers for divorce from his wife, Tiny.
Singer-songwriter Tiny filed for divorce from T.I. in 2016, claiming in no way could their marriage be salvaged. She has requested joint legal custody but primary physical custody of the three children they had during their six-year marriage. She wants a judge to make the decisions about all financial expenditures concerning the children as well as T.I.’s visitation rights.
T.I. is expected to submit his business records that verify the amounts in their joint investment accounts so they and the physical property the two own can be split between them. Other requests include a judge ordering T.I. to pay off any debt they incurred during their marriage, as his earning potential is greater, as well as an alimony amount that will allow Tiny to maintain her current standard of living. Although not disclosed in a report, T.I. has his own conditions in his countersuit.
There are often many factors to consider when deciding the terms of a divorce agreement, especially when children are involved. It can be easy to overlook even a substantial detail, which can be detrimental down the road. Engaging the services of an Ohio attorney who is extensively familiar with the divorce laws of the state will ensure all intentions are expressed in a formal settlement.
Source: bet.com, “Report: T.I. Is Suing Tiny Over Their Divorce“, John Justice, July 13, 2017