The Browns had been married for twenty-five years.
They enjoyed a very prosperous lifestyle, which went with their millions.
When in their seventies, they began their divorce.
It was a bitter divorce.
The tab for the legal maneuvers alone ran about $3 million.
Yet for all that trouble and expense, the Browns didn’t get their divorce.
Because Mr. Brown passed away … Then Mrs. Brown followed …
Before the divorce was finalized … So the case died with them.
Ironically, if their divorce had been more amicable, it would have been finalized before their deaths.
But it wasn’t.
So now their heirs and estates have taken up still more litigation.
An illustration of how not to conduct your divorce.
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