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Amber Rose gets $1 million in divorce settlement

When two people decide that their marriage is over and it is best to get a divorce, they can be angry with one another or they can be amicable. Although it may be difficult for people to be cordial and not act on emotion, it is still possible for them to be loving and show one another that they care, which is something they should consider doing if there are children involved. This may seem unusual and people may not understand why they should do this, but it is something that some Hollywood couples are proving is doable.

After almost two years of being separated, model Amber Rose and rapper Wiz Khalifa have finally reached a divorce settlement. The pair filed for divorce back in 2014 and have been amicable over the years despite the allegations that Khalifa may have cheated on Rose. They actually celebrated their split together, but reportedly were more focused on their love, rather than the end of their marriage.

Unlike some Hollywood couples, Khalifa and Rose had a prenup in place. Rose was awarded $1 million, of which Khalifa has already paid $356,000. She will also receive $14,800 every month in child support for the couple's three-year-old son.

No matter what state people live in, there is a chance that they will experience difficulties when it comes to divorce. For some couples, it may even take them years to come to a settlement and finalize the divorce. Those who are considering filing for divorce should hire an attorney.

Source: New York Daily News, "Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa reach divorce settlement ? 'celebrate' their love at strip club," Melanie Dostis, June 8, 2016

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