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Still No Word on Divorce for Stars Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher

 Posted on October 16, 2012 in Divorce

About a year after their six year marriage fell apart, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher still have not made any public moves towards a divorce, amicable or otherwise. Demi Moore announced that the marriage was over last November after Ashton Kutcher was named in a sexual affair with Sara Leal. Kutcher is now linked to actress Mila Kunis, with whom he has previously co-starred on television and in movies.

Mail Online hints at a potential secret behind the absence of divorce proceedings, although both stars have taken the high road since their split, declining to publicly malign one another. Rumor has it that the stars may not be able to get a divorce because they may not have been legally married. This is quite the revelation, however it does ultimately explain why both parties have been so quiet about the divorce.

They were joined together in what they deemed matrimony through a Kabbalah ceremony that is said to have been a symbolic ceremony rather than a legally binding union. 150 guests witnessed the ceremony, which was held in September of 2005. The couple never indicated that the festivity was anything other than a true wedding.

The couple is stated to have combined assets of an estimated $290M. Moore has three daughters from a previous marriage and wanted to start a family with Kutcher, which never happened. The fact that there are no children makes the split a little easier because there are no custody battles to ensue.

Whether your marital assets are in the millions like these celebrities or more modest, a split is always difficult. For support in making sure the financial division is equitable, contact the tough Illinois divorce lawyers at Stock, Carlson, Flynn and McGrath, LLC. The ending of your marriage is difficult enough without your having to worry about being treated fairly in the divorce proceedings.

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