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Robin Thicke, Paula Patton in high asset divorce

It seems that every Hollywood marriage comes to a divorce in the end. Living a high-profile life has its strong points and they are fantastic. However, one of the negative things that happens is that, if you divorce, your information will be all over the media. In the case of a high asset divorce like Robin Thicke and Paula Patton, this is holding true.

They have decided to end their marriage of nine years after trying very hard to make it work. The two have a 4-year-old son whose custody has yet to be determined. The divorce will be in effect on April 14, 2015.

Thicke is famous for being madly, deeply in love with his wife. He wrote several songs that say this and she has even appeared in his videos from time to time. The two met when they were teenagers. Since then, Thicke has had many hits, his latest called "Blurred Lines" that he sang with the singer Pharrell.

He wrote and published a song called "Paula" that did not catch on with the market it was attempting to attract. This song was for his wife and was accompanied by many public pleas on his behalf to reconcile.

Robin Thicke has told the national media that he has grown over the last year and, although he still loves his wife, it is time to move on. He states that it was challenging to try to get his marriage back on track. He said he has grown as a human being and is much stronger than he was.

He has said that his son's happiness is very important to him and as long as there is evidence that the youngster isn't suffering and is content, he will be fine, married or not.

If you are facing a high asset divorce in Illinois, having someone in your corner who has your best interests in mind is vital. Your property, your assets, your hard-earned possessions, and, most essentially, your children must be protected at all costs.

Source: USA Today, "Robin Thicke, Paula Patton divorce finalized" Ann Oldenburg, Mar. 19, 2015

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