Overview of the Jaime Pressly Divorce
The January 21st, 2011 Jaime Pressly Divorce filing marks the potential for a dissolution of the marriage between actor Jaime Pressly and famed Hollywood entertainment attorney, Simran Singh; the couple were wed in early 2010 – the finalization of the Jaime Pressly divorce would end the couples year and a half-long marriage:
The Jaime Pressly divorce filing was not without its controversy; on January 6th, 2011, Jaime Pressly was arrested in Los Angeles, California for the suspected operation of a motor vehicle while intoxicated
Furthermore, upon the filing for her divorce from Simran Singh, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has brought forth claims that Jaime Pressly may owe upwards of half of a milliom dollars in unpaid – and unclaimed taxes
While the details with regard to the Jaime Pressly divorce filing are scarce, reports have surfaced that Jaime Pressly is requested that Simran Singh be denied any petition for the award of spousal support in the form of alimony; Jaime Pressly filed for divorce under the pretense of irreconcilable differences
The Parties Involved in the Jaime Pressly Divorce
Jaime Pressly is an American actor who has enjoyed an acting career spanning almost 2 decades; she has starred in popular films such as Not Another Teen Movie, Joe Dirt, and Bring it On! – she currently stars in the widely popular television program My Name is Earl – the couple share no children together.
Legal Venue of the Jaime Pressly Divorce Hearing
The Jaime Pressly Divorce was set forth before the Superior Court of California, which is located in the City of Los Angeles.
The Plea within the Jaime Pressly 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 Jaime Pressly 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 within the Jaime Pressly divorce petition:
The Plea of ‘No Contest’ within the Jaime Pressly 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 Jaime Pressly Divorce, if both Jaime Pressly and Simran Singh 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.
The Plea of ‘Contest’ and Challenge within the Jaime Pressly 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 Jaime Pressly and Simran Singh 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.