A divorce case in which the parties are disputing whether Spain or the UK is the proper jurisdiction for division of the marital assets really needn’t be noteworthy.
But one such case is. Because the parties have spent £ 1.5 million in legal fees.
Merely disputing jurisdiction.
Of course, the precise amount of legal fees does depend upon the exchange rate in effect. Yet, any way you cut it, that’s an awful lot of money.
And the fight over the actual division of assets hasn’t started yet. But it has been decided that that will be duked out in the UK.
One can only imagine what the total legal fees for the entire case will be…
On the other hand, it could be worse. The couple still have about £ 133 million between them.