April 29- Oklahoma oil billionaire Harold Hamm on Wednesday moved to drop his appeal of a $1 billion divorce award to his ex-wife, a day after the court dismissed her bid to re-open the case, according to a court filing. Hamm's decision to withdraw his counter-appeal of a bitterly fought divorce after a lower court awarded his ex-wife Sue Ann Arnall around $1...» Read More
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CNBC's Jane Wells reports divorce funding will finance your divorce in exchange for a piece of the settlement. Balance Point Funding Stacey Napp, provides insight to the divorce cases she handles. Also, check out this divorce hotel.
Stacey Napp of Balance Point Divorce Funding will pay the legal fees and other costs of a divorce proceeding in exchange for a percentage of any settlement. Here's how it works.
A hotel in Saratoga Springs, NY, will let couples check in married on Friday, check out divorced on Sunday. Jane Wells has the story.
John Rugel, Allstate Senior VP, provides details about financial abuse and its direct tie with domestic violence.
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Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm, comments on his nearly one billion dollar divorce.
Chicago billionaire Ken Griffin and his wife Ann Dias are divorcing. CNBC's Robert Frank reports the child support and family expense requests.
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NEW YORK, Feb 3- Most divorce decrees do not get down to the nitty gritty of how much is appropriate to spend on kids' soccer gear- and that can be a recipe for anger and resentment down the road even for the happiest of split couples. Just ask Christopher Jones, 44, a divorced dad of three from Sebastian, Florida. For a lawyer who charges more than $400 an hour, a six-minute...
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to take up the issue of same-sex marriages this term, reports CNBC's Hampton Pearson.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports oil tycoon Harold Hamm took out a loan against his shares in Continental Resources to pay his wife in the divorce.
Jan 14- Continental Resources Inc said that Harold Hamm, its chief executive officer and majority shareholder, has pledged about one-fourth of the company shares he owns as collateral for a personal loan, according to a regulatory filing. Divorce lawyers for Hamm recently said he took out a personal loan to fund a divorce settlement with ex-wife Sue Ann Arnall.
Jan 14- Continental Resources Inc said Harold Hamm, its chief executive officer and majority shareholder, has pledged about one-fourth of the company shares he owns as collateral for a personal loan, according to a regulatory filing. The Jan. 13 Securities and Exchange Commission filing doesn't state the purpose of the personal loan. Under a November divorce...
Harold Hamm's wife cashed the just under $1 billion check. Details, with CNBC's Robert Frank.