Is it ethical to make money by investing in someone else’s divorce?
Of all the odd and unexpected consequences of divorce — missing kitchen utensils, kids with two sets of everything, a weird sense of sadness yet liberation — this is a new one.
Kirk Kerkorian agreed on Oct. 22 to pay $100,000 month in child support, which sounds like a lot, although it’s not even $140 an hour. While Kerkorian is—forgive the business jargon—feculently, filthily rich, that’s still a …
In the annals of reasons to end a marriage, this one is a corker. An Australian man tried to have his marriage annulled because his new bride’s house was worth less than she said it was.
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