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Despite the many reports on ‘PrimeInfidelity’ causing their divorce,
Mackenzie and Jeff Bezos may have a marital divide amicable in nature. Is that only due to the immensity of their family fortune?
One major difference is the nature of couples’ assets. Often, affluent people hold their wealth in stocks, and in recent decades many of them build net worth with highly lucrative stock options in rapidly growing companies. “That makes the divorces incredibly more complicated than, say, two schoolteachers who get divorced, with retirement accounts and savings accounts and cars and houses,” says Steve Mindel, a family law attorney in Los Angeles who works with high-net-worth clients.
See: How Divorces Work for the Super-Wealthy
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