The on-again, off-again marriage of basketball superstar Kobe Bryant is on again. The couple used Vanessa Bryant's Instagram account to tell the world that they've reconciled and are dismissing their high-asset divorce case. Kobe Bryant's Facebook page confirmed the reconciliation. The announcement marks the latest chapter in the celebrity couple's high-profile relationship.
Anyone in Miami who has started and grown their own business knows how much work it involves. That's exactly why couples who jointly own a business often run into issues when they decide to file for divorce. The important thing to remember is that there are a number of options available to couples in this situation.
It might take quite a search to find a divorce case that more truly qualifies as a complex property division dispute than the McCourt matter that has been prominently scoring headlines in Los Angeles and elsewhere across the country for more than two years.
Some divorces take months -- even years, in some exceptional cases -- to resolve, especially where child custody and child support, a prenuptial agreement, complex property division and additional matters may be configuring factors.
A near textbook case for examining the interplay of factors at work in a divorce featuring substantial and complex property division is currently emerging in a New York court. The case, which has a Florida nexus, involves Dmitry Rybolovlev -- one of the richest men in the world, with an estimated net worth of about $9 billion -- and his estranged wife, Elena.
Anyone with an interest in complex property division in a divorce proceeding might well consider the recent marital dissolution of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, who, together, are likely among the wealthiest of celebrity couples.