Nell Diamond, daughter of Bob and “HMD” fame, this weekend with dad, pre-wedding.
As you’ve probably heard by now, hedge fund manager Ken Griffin is getting divorced, having served his wife Anne with papers at some point yesterday afternoon. So, it’s sad times at Casa de Griffin, made even sadder by the fact that the Citadel founder may be parting with a good chunk of his milkshake allowance at some point in the near future. Read more »
The hard-charging wife of Dallas hedge-fund mogul James Dondero is proving to be as relentless as her husband in their epic divorce battle. Rebecca “Becky” Dondero, 32, plans to try a novel legal tack to get her estranged husband to cough up more cash than a $5 million prenuptial payout, according to sources. Last month, a Dallas state court jury determined that Becky was not entitled to more money under family divorce proceedings. At the trial, each argued that the other had violated terms of their prenup. The jury decided that both sides had breached the agreement but that it would remain in effect. A new trial is set for June 9 to decide if Becky is entitled to the full $5 million. To get around the maximum, however, she is preparing to claim under general contract law — as opposed to family law — that she is still entitled to damages because the jury determined that he breached the prenuptial contract, sources said. “Ms. Dondero’s demands over two years of negotiation varied between four and eight times the amounts stipulated in the prenuptial agreement and culminated in her filing 11 separate motions to invalidate the prenuptial agreement,” James Dondero said in the statement. Meanwhile, Becky, who declined to comment on the case, has a surprising ally. Donald Trump — no stranger to divorce court — sent her a note wishing her well and making it known that he was no fan of her husband’s, sources said. [NYP, earlier]
George Soros And His Bride-To-Be Don’t Need You To Buy Them A KitchenAid® Artisan® Series 5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer With The Pasta Roller AttachmentBy Bess Levin
Do you want to take on a man who would rather shave off his eyebrows than pay his ex-wife a dime? Do you relish the opportunity to oppose an army of highly-paid corporate lawyers with tens of thousands times the resources at their disposal? Are you not spooked by the prospect of serving as the third in a series of lawyers on a case? Then give Patricia Cohen a call. Read more »