Baller Says There’s No Hope Of Getting Back Together
NBA star Tiago Splitter has hit his wife of six years with divorce papers, saying their marriage has broken down and there’s is no hope of reconciliation.
On November 1st, Splitter filed for divorce from his wife, Amaia Amescua Diaz De Antonana, in Fulton County Superior Court.
He said in court papers that they were married on July 3rd 2010 in her native Spain.
The NBA star says they’ve been living apart for some time, and he believes the marriage was irretrievably broken and there is no hope of getting back together. Celebrity divorce lawyer Randy Kessler – who also once repped Nick Gordon – is handling the case. It was unclear whether the wife had retained an attorney.
We reached out to Kessler for comment.
The estranged couple share two children, Benjamin Splitter, born in 2012 and Sofia Splitter, born earlier this year. He is seeking joint legal and physical custody and for a custodial agreement set forth by the court.
Splitter said that the children have always lived with both parents their entire lives. He also wants the court to determine the child support that will be paid for their two kids.
The Atlanta Hawks player isn’t fighting dirty when it comes to his assets. He said in the petition that we wants their martial property split down the middle, as well as each spouse keeping their separate property in the divorce.
Splitter said in court papers that he and his wife have already began exchanging information even before he filed, so their split may be amicable.
Amescua Diaz De Antonana has yet to respond to the petition for divorce in court.