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Tony Danza has filed for divorce from his estranged wife, Tracy, after 24 years of marriage, reported TMZ.  Although they have been separated since 2006, the ‘Who’s the Boss’ and ‘Taxi’ alum cited irreconcilable differences for ending the marriage.

The couple has two daughters, Katherine, 23, and Emily, 17, which means Danza waited just long enough to file so that he does not have to pay child support or deal with a custody battle. Even on the March 4 2011-filed court papers he checked “there are no minor children.”

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Victoria, Dennis and Marin Hopper

Victoria, Dennis and Marin Hopper in 2008

Dennis Hopper, who passed  away in May at age 74, was in the middle of divorce proceedings when he died of prostate cancer complications. Now apparently his adult off-spring from other marriages aren’t so happy that they have to share estate proceeds with the widow, Victoria Duffy, and the couple’s 7-year-old daughter Galen, reports HousingWatch.

This might seem like another Hollywood celebrity tale, but there’s a lesson every family can learn from the Hopper family struggles, whether you earn millions a year or just thousands.  (more…)

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Talk show host Larry King is divorcing 7th wife Shawn Southwick King, who cites irreconcilable differences in her April 14 filed divorce papers, part of which can be viewed at TMZ.  Papers for Larry, who filed a few minutes before Shawn, can also be downloaded at TMZ. The couple, who married in 1997, have contested issues.  (more…)

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Elizabeth Taylor, 78, is renown for her many husbands and divorces almost as much as she is for her stellar age-old acting career.  Here’s a look at the men she married, and in one case, re-married. —SHEREE R. CURRY

No. 1: Conrad “Nicky” Hilton
May 6, 1950 – Jan. 29, 1951
About 2 1/2 months after she turned 18 years old, Liz wed hotel heir Conrad Hilton (Paris Hilton’s granduncle). They divorced 205 days later, a month before she turned 19.   (more…)

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