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Director Michael Moore divorce battle raging on

Although any divorce in the Clinton Township area is typically a difficult process to go through, many times divorce that involves a lot of marital assets can be even tougher. High asset divorces often involve lengthy battles over how to split the couple’s property and possessions. Settlements are also hard to come by as both parties usually dig in their heels to fight for their fair share of the split.

The divorce process of famous documentary filmmaker Michael Moore and his estranged wife, Kathleen Glynn is apparently taking a turn for the worse. According to reports, the couple is battling over how to split the couple’s many millions of dollars worth of assets. Reportedly, both Mr. Moore and Ms. Glynn, who have been married for 23 years, are seeking as much of Mr. Moore’s career earnings as they can get.

According to court documents, Mr. Moore has added two of his agents to the witness list in order to have them testify concerning his earnings, as well as how his wife wasted millions of dollars on a mansion in Michigan. The couple reportedly also owns several mansions in both Michigan and New York, the distribution of which would have to be determined.

This divorce, like many other high asset separations, has apparently turned ugly as the two parties battle over what is rightfully theirs. That’s why anyone involved in a divorce, high asset or not, might want to consider meeting with an experienced divorce lawyer who can help him or her get through the separation process.

Source: New York Post, “Michael Moore, in bitter divorce, brings in Ari Emanuel,” Richard Johnson, June 6, 2014.

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