Let's examine a hypothetical situation: a married San Antonio man is in the process of getting a divorce. He has been separated from his wife for some months and he sees no reason to wait until the divorce is final to begin dating. So he signs up with an online dating service and is asked if he's married. And he's asked if he has kids.
Divorces can be complicated intersections of emotions and law. As many of us know in San Antonio, things can get even more complicated when a divorce involves a member of the U.S. military.
Most people in San Antonio believe that the worst thing a parent can go through is the death of a child. In an out-of-state divorce case, that worst thing happened to a couple that was already in the midst of a protracted and acrimonious divorce.
San Antonio basketball fans might not have rooted for Allen Iverson when he stepped on to the court to face the Spurs, but they had to acknowledge the man's undeniable hoops talents. The undersized point guard could score like few others in the history of the NBA, could dish the ball (perhaps not as often as coaches would have liked) and could be a ferocious defender. He even contested rebounds against giants of the league.