Chris Harrison, host of the bachelor, and his wife have decided to call it quits after several years of marriage and after having a few children. The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are two of the most popular reality shows on TV and in an ironic twist of events, the most common face of the show, and the famous host, will be divorcing. Chris Harrison and his wife released a statement to the press indicating their desire to legally separate and to work towards the termination of their marriage in a manner least likely to impact their young children. The couple have been married for 18 years and expressed their mutual love and respect for each other in recent years. In 2010, Harrison’s wife was interviewed by People magazine in which she described her husband in loving terms. However, it seems the two will not last and rumors are already flying about what role Mr. Harrison will take on the popular show in light of his divorce. Some have even suggested Harrison will become a future bachelor on the show. Others wonder how Chris will be able to continue giving his rational advice if he himself is on a marital emotional roller coaster. Skeptics of the reality show have often complained the show sends the wrong message to young couples because the contestants often only know each other for a short period of time before becoming engaged and in some case even married. Other critics say the show dilutes the idea of marriage entirely. However, Chris Harrison’s situation seems to suggest that even longer term relationship can often suffer from the same problems. There is every indication Chris Harrison and his wife will be working together to resolve the issues between them and amicably end their marriage without a long drawn out battle.
Divorce in Utah
Like Chris Harrison’s situation, people going through divorce in Utah can resolve their disputes in an amicable fashion providing the least amount of negative impact on any children involved. In some cases, and unreasonable spouse can result in a divorce going the distance to trial. Divorce effects all different types of individuals from old to young, rich to poor, long term to short term marriages, etc. Retaining an experienced Utah divorce attorney can be vital in successfully divorcing with the least amount of negative impact to your family.
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