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Celebrity Couple Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus to Divorce

Celebrity Couple Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus to DivorceCelebrity couple actor Liam Hemsworth and entertainer Miley Cyrus plan to divorce. Hemsworth filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences just a week after announcing their separation. The couple began dating ten years before they married in December 2018. Before their marriage, they signed a prenuptial agreement. Together, the couple shares fifteen pets, but a recently rendered custody arrangement grants Cyrus custody of the pets, which she adopted before the marriage commenced

Establishing a prenuptial agreement protects a couple and their personal assets including property in the event of a divorce. Many of these agreements address spousal support, life insurance policies and wills, and child custody arrangements. Pet custody arrangements may arise during divorce proceedings as well, which in some states may be granted by the judge in charge of the case.

If you need assistance in creating a prenuptial agreement, our South Jersey divorce lawyers at the Burnham Law Group, LLC will provide you with skilled legal guidance. We represent clients throughout South Jersey including those in Camden County, Burlington County, and Atlantic County from our offices in Marlton and Somers Point, New Jersey. Please call us at 856-229-0071 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.


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