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"Married to Medicine" stars squaring off in contested divorce

California spouses currently considering filing court documents to end their marriages may want to think ahead to try to prepare for potential obstacles that may arise. If there's a contested divorce, things may get complicated quickly. In some situations, such as the Lunceford case that involves TV stars of the show, "Married to Medicine," both spouses file competing petitions for divorce.  

The "Married to Medicine" television series chronicles the lives of women who happen to be licensed physicians, as well as others whose spouses are doctors. Two of the show's stars, Quad and her husband, Doctor Greg Lunceford, were apparently having some marital problems last season that led to the wife filing for divorce. Not only has the doctor contested his wife's petition, but he has filed one of his own. He's also asked that the court hold her in contempt for supposedly violating its standing order regarding the removal or sale of marital property.  

Lunceford says his wife removed many items from their family home in Georgia (where the divorce is pending) without his permission. Such assets included several TV sets, bedroom and dining room furniture, and more. Fans of the TV show who commented online about the couple's current disputes say they are not surprised that the pair is headed for divorce. Stress levels reportedly soared last season when the husband was allegedly caught entering a hotel with another woman who was not his wife.  

If a contested divorce occurs in California, issues regarding property division, child custody or other matters will typically be resolved through litigation, though sometimes mediation may be helpful. Depending on individual circumstances, this can take anywhere from several months to more than a year. To avoid delays and achieve as positive an outcome as possible, most people hire experienced family law attorneys to provide ongoing advice and support at every stage of the proceedings.  

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