Johnny Depp and Longtime Partner, Vanessa Paradis, Split

In most celebrity divorce cases, there is a long and drawn out battle over their millions and the custody of any children they may have together. It is no different for movie actor, Johnny Depp, and his longtime partner and French actress, Vanessa Paradis, except that they were never married. For a situation like this, it is unique because though they were not married they were together for 14 years and had two children together, Lily-Rose, 13, and Jack, 10.

The couple had lived together and experienced a good portion of their lives together as if they were married. It was noted that Depp was going to give nearly half of his earnings to Paradis, despite the fact that he legally did not need to. The total amount he was going to give totaled nearly $150 million, but supposedly she is demanding nearly $350 million. They have not yet reached a settlement or amicable agreement as it is quite complicated and emotions are running high. There have been no statements as to whom the children will live with or who will have custody longterm.

Dealing with any form of legal separation or divorce can be complicated and difficult to come to an arrangement. If you are in the middle of a divorce proceeding, it would prove highly beneficial for you to have an attorney at your side. Not only can a knowledgeable lawyer represent you and get you the most financial compensation from the settlement, they can help to get you child custody that you desire. In cases where you are separating a partner, but have not been married, our legal team can work directly with you to figure out important issues that may be impossible to negotiate on your own.

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