Florida residents who are fans of rapper T.I. may be interested to learn that he is going through a divorce. After six years of marriage and two children, Tiny Harris filed for divorce from her husband Clifford Harris, who is known by his stage name T.I. The divorce paperwork noted that the couple's marriage is 'irretrievably broken" without any hope of a reconciliation.
According to the court documents, Tiny wants T.I. to pay off all of the marital debt because he has a higher earning capacity than she does. Tiny is also requesting legal and physical custody of the couple's two children as well as an order for child support and alimony. Tiny is also seeking an equitable interest in all of the marital property.
There are reports that Tiny will be asking the court to annul her marriage to T.I., but the reasons why are not known. In Georgia, the state where Tiny filed for divorce, a marriage can be annulled for a number of different reasons. Tiny and T.I.'s marriage could be annulled if the court sees evidence that one party was fraudulently induced or forced into the marriage or if one spouse was under the age of 16 when the marriage began. A marriage may also be annulled if the spouses are related or if one party lacked the mental capacity to get married.
It may be in a spouse's best interest to have all financial records accounted for before beginning the divorce process. An attorney can often be of assistance in this regard, as doing so can help to ensure that the resulting property division decision is a fair and equitable one.