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Stephen Collins to give deposition about state of his finances

A judge has ruled that Stephen Collins, a former actor on the hit television show "7th Heaven," will be forced to give sworn testimony in a deposition about the state of his finances. The ruling came as Collins and his estranged wife prepare to go to court in February to end the couple's almost thirty years of marriage.

According to the New Jersey Herald, the judge granted the request filed by Collin's estranged wife so that her attorneys could learn more about the potential financial damage that he may have incurred after reportedly losing several acting jobs due to allegations made about his involvement in the alleged sexual abuse of three underage girls. The actor has stated that he began to lose work after a recording of a therapy session back in 2012 was given to TMZ, who then broadcast it on their program. In the recording, Collins allegedly revealed while in couple's therapy that he had engaged in sexual misconduct with two of the girls who were underage and had molested the third.

Collin's reportedly told People magazine that the incidents occurred between 1973 and 1994, but he was not a pedophile. During an interview with Katie Couric, Collins acknowledged the misconduct, stating that he regretted his actions and had worked to atone for it ever since.

Collin's wife has denied that she gave the recording to TMZ, however, did admit that she had made the recording during the couple's sessions. Meanwhile, Collins has asked the court to deny granting further spousal support to his estranged wife.

Individuals who are facing divorce may benefit from seeking the counsel of an experienced New Jersey divorce attorney.

Source: New Jersey Herald, "'7th Heaven' actor must sit for deposition in divorce case" Jan. 14, 2015

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