Divorce is in the news this week, as Miguel Cabrera is involved in a divorce proceeding with his soon-to-be ex-wife Rosangel Cabrera. Cabrera has been married for fifteen (15) years, and met his wife in high school. However, the couple is calling it quits.
Rosangel Cabrera filed for divorce, stating that the relationship with baseball star husband, Miguel Cabrera, was “irretrievably broken.” The case was filed in Miami-Dade County in Florida. Had the case been filed in Michigan, the basis for divorce would have been that there has been a breakdown in the marriage relationship, to the extent that the objects of matrimony have been destroyed, and there remains no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved. As a no fault state, the party filing for divorce does not need a specific reason, and relies solely on the aforementioned statutory language in order to grant a divorce.
According to player statistics, the 2017 baseball season has been the worst year of Miguel’s professional career. Although Miguel has injuries contributing to his shortfalls in his career, this also shows the emotional toll that divorce takes on both parties throughout the divorce process. It is our goal to minimize the stress of a divorce, and resolve the case as efficiently as possible.
If you believe that there has been a breakdown in your relationship, to the extent that the objects of matrimony have been destroyed, and there remains no reasonable likelihood that the marriage can be preserved, contact our office to schedule a free divorce consultation at (586) 264-3756.
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