Overview of the Chris Pontius Divorce
The Chris Pontius Divorce marked the dissolution of the marriage between actor Chris Pontius and his wife of almost 7 years, Claire Nolan; the Chris Pontius Divorce was filed in March of 2011 – Chris Pontius and Claire Nolan were married on October 29th, 2004. The reasoning for the breakdown of a marriage – regardless of the degree of celebrity status – will typically provide a legal framework for the terms and conditions latent within a divorce settlement:
Although few details are known about the impending Chris Pontius divorce settlement, the filing set forth has cited the dissolution of the marriage to result from irreconcilable differences
The Parties Involved in the Chris Pontius Divorce
Chris Pontius is perhaps most widely-known for his role in the Jackass movies, where he and his fellow cast mates engage in wild stunts that are both filmed and orchestrated by the cast members; his wife, Claire Nolan, is not reported as being employed within show business – the couple currently shares no children.
Legal Venue of the Chris Pontius Divorce Hearing
The Chris Pontius Divorce was filed before in the Los Angeles County Court, which is located in the City of Los Angeles in the State of California; Claire Nolan is reported as having filed for the divorce.
The Plea within the Chris Pontius Divorce Settlement
A divorce settlement will typically include 3 primary facets with regard to the terms and conditions set forth by the presiding court official who was responsible for determining spousal support – in the form of alimony, child custody – and subsequent child support payments, and the division of assets. Due to the fact that the Chris Pontius divorce has been filed recently, the associated pleas – with regard to the fault of the dissolution of marriage – have yet to be named; the following are some potential outcomes upon the determination of the plea:
An Uncontested Plea within the Chris Pontius Divorce
An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties have reached a mutual agreement with regard to the reasons behind filing for divorce, as well as the placement of fault in conjunction to the breakdown of the marriage. In the case of the Chris Pontius Divorce, if both Chris Pontius and Claire Nolan opt to file for a divorce uncontested – or unchallenged – in nature, they may have the opportunity to settle outside of court or file for divorce in an uncontested fashion in order to avoid potential media coverage and publicity.
A Contested Plea within the Chris Pontius Divorce
An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties have reached a mutual agreement with regard to the reasons behind filing for divorce, as well as the placement of fault in conjunction to the breakdown of the marriage. In the event that both Chris Pontius and Claire Nolan seem unable or unwilling to negotiate mutual terms of the divorce or reach an agreement upon the identification of fault, the release of certain details of the divorce settlement may be released into public record.