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TV Talkers Quietly Get Single As Romance Rumors Fly

News hit today that morning talk show host Mika Brzezinski has listed her Bronxville, New York, home for a sweet $2.09 million, a nice bump up from the $1.6 million she and her now-ex-husband James Hoffer paid for the property back in 2012.

The status of the house had been a lingering question mark after news broke last year that Brzezinski, half of the team that anchors DC-favorite Morning Joe on MSNBC, had quietly divorced Hoffer, setting up months of rumors that she and co-host Joe Scarborough were conducting a not-very-private affair.

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Luckily, the world is filled with capable professionals whose skills and maturity can ease their way through life’s harder moments, like coming through a divorce and custody issue.

Unfortunately, divorce and custody matters can be so stressful and emotional that even the best training in the world can fly out the window and turn two adults into vicious bullies who not only won’t give an inch, but actively work to undermine and hurt the other.

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An eye popping business dispute between former lovers is putting the conflict inherent in building a business with a romantic partner on full display.

The issues involved may even end up before the Supreme Court, and the parties may one day come to wish they’d married and used the mechanisms in divorce court to sort out the status of their company.

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Two of Costa Rica’s titans of finance and real estate development have been embroiled in a divorce valued at some $800 million.

The action has now spilled over the nation’s borders, with one spouse allegedly seeking refuge in Nicaragua to find more favorable divorce laws, and another launching an action here in New York to hold her former attorneys – who she says secretly conspired with her estranged husband to hide wealth and assets around the globe – accountable.

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A rocky marriage is coming to a close in the most obvious way possible – with an ugly divorce playing out in at least two states.

It’s actually the second round through divorce court for Frederic Bouin and Gina DiSabatino, who married in June 2007 and were embroiled in a bitter divorce in Pennsylvania by 2009.

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In a bizarre case of late-in-life marital breakdown, the 87-year-old wife of an 88-year-old real estate mogul has filed for divorce in Palm Beach, Florida.

Burton and Lucille Handelsman have been married for 67 years, and have built a fortune in commercial real estate in Palm Beach, Key West, Nashville, Greenwich, Connecticut, and New York City.

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NYC Taxi King’s Divorce Just One Part of a Terrible Ride

New York’s Taxi King, Gene Friedman, hasn’t had the best few years.

By 2013, he owned 860 taxi medallions in the city, plus vehicles in Chicago, New Orleans, and Philadelphia.

He had fought bitter public battles against Rudy Giuliani’s administration and sued the city and Michael Bloomberg personally during Bloomberg’s administration.

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It’s hard to feel too bad for Steve Cohen, a billionaire hedge fund manager and one of the richest people in the world.

He’s also the father of seven children, including two with his first wife, Patricia, whom he divorced in 1990.

Even though Cohen remarried in 1992, his relationship with his ex-wife has persisted over the decades, swinging between acts of great generosity and epic battles of wills.

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When celebrity chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay and “Law & Order: SVU” star Stephanie March wed in 2005, they negotiated a prenup ahead of time, as many couples do. The purpose of a prenuptial agreement is to establish rules for property distribution and spousal support in the event that the marriage fails, and many prenups will include penalties for misconduct like infidelity.

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One of the most common concerns people have when divorcing isn’t necessarily about the divorce itself, but the blowback they might experience when others learn about it. Whether a divorce is caused by bad behavior by one or both spouses, or simply a couple falling out of love after a promising start, New York protects the privacy of divorce records.

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