November 4, 2011
The Dodgers and Divorce
We have followed the fate of the Dodgers in the midst of their owner's divorce. Here comes the final update. From the Washington Post,
The long, drawn-out and all-too-public battle between Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and Major League Baseball over control of the team finally appears to be coming to a close.
Late Tuesday McCourt reached an agreement to begin a “court-supervised process” to sell the Dodgers and its media rights to the league to maximize value for both team and owner. The sale of the team could also include Dodger Stadium.
Bud Selig and MLB took over day-to-day team operations back in April expressing concern that McCourt’s ongoing divorce proceedings were affecting his financial ability to run the franchise in the best interest of the team and its fans.
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Dodger fans tend to be very loyal their organization - they refer to themselves as the 'Dodger Family'. I will glad for members of the Dodger family when the McCourt circus is finally shut down. Once it is shut down, members of the Dodger family will be able to move forward in their usual proud, successful manner.
Posted by: Tulsa Divorce Attorney | Nov 5, 2011 8:05:31 AM
I've been married for thirty two years and my husband and I are seperated (not legally). Last year in Two Thousand Eleven he dropped me from his medical insurance. Can I get a court order to get my medical benefits from my husband due to the fact that I am indigent or will I have to divorce him?
Posted by: Laura Washington | Apr 19, 2012 9:28:39 AM