This Friday, Dwayne Wade's divorce is expected to be finalized. Even
divorce will at last be final, other family law matters between Wade and his soon-to-be
ex are yet to be resolved.
News sources report that a Chicago judge ruled cause exists for a bifurcate
judgment in Wade's case. This means that while the divorce will be
granted by the court, separate legal battles will continue regarding
child custody and property division.
In August 2007, the couple officially separated. They are expected to appear
in court in July to resolve child custody matters. The couple has two
sons, ages 8 and 3.
Also in July, Wade is expected to become a free agent, although he would
like to still play for the Heat. It is said that he could be offered a
contract worth $127 million.
If you need assistance with a divorce in Jacksonville,
contact Hutchinson Law and arrange to speak with a
Jacksonville divorce attorney.