Married for 14 years, they have actually been together for 18 and have a six-year-old daughter, Galen.
In a statement released yesterday Hopper insisted: 'I wish Victoria the best, but [I] only want to spend these difficult days surrounded by my children and close friends.'Hopper's spokesperson, Alex Hitz, confirmed: 'They've been having trouble and he wants peace and quiet.' Hopper filed for divorce on Thursday to keep Victoria, 41, from contesting his will, which leaves her one-quarter of his estate.
Sources close to Duffy's camp insist Hopper is too drugged up on powerful cancer medications to make any key decisions.'He is mentally incapacitated from the enormous amounts of medication he is on given his state,' a Duffy confidant insisted.'It's truly a tragedy.
If the person you care for needs specialist medical or nursing care so they can continue living at home, you can arrange this through their GP.
Services that may be available include: Both you and the person you care for may benefit if you can take a short-term break from caring occasionally. You can arrange short-term breaks through your local Trust.
And sadly, it's all about the money and who inherits what.
This is about getting Victoria out of the will, nothing more, nothing less.' However Hopper's associates say there's nothing wrong with him mentally.
Lately people are throwing poison darts at Elizabeth Edwards for supporting her husband's bid for the Presidency even though she knew he was unfaithful. If a doctor's wife finds out her husband has been unfaithful, should she stop him from performing surgery, something he has done for 20 years. They shared a world view, a sense of justice, and a commitment to public service.
Elizabeth Edwards may not have believed in him as a perfect husband after learning about his affair with Rielle Hunter, but I'm willing to bet she believed in him as a candidate.
As a carer, you may be entitled to Carer's Allowance.
You can continue getting this for up to 12 weeks if the person you care for goes into hospital and for up to four weeks if they go into a care home (provided certain conditions are met).
The person you're caring for and other family members may also benefit from counselling.