5 Costly Celebrity Divorces


Celebrity Divorces

Divorce isn't cheap. Although the rate of divorce is falling, between 35 and 50% of all marriages will dissolve leaving not only broken hearts but complicated financial matters to contest. For celebrities, where finances include money, future royalties, intellectual property and children, the final settlement can reach in to the hundreds of millions of dollars. What are the largest celebrity divorce settlements?
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