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Celebrity divorce auctions that prove there’s life and profit after divorce

Celebrity divorce auctions that prove there’s life and profit after divorce

During a divorce, a couple typically goes through the painstaking process of equally dividing their marital assets: house, vehicle, jewelry, and even pets. The divorce process can drag on for months or even years and can be very expensive. Selling your ceramic fish statue and rainbow-colored punchbowl may not fetch a hefty sum, but you could recoup your divorce spendings by auctioning these off alongside other conjugal properties.

Domestic battery cases triggered by musical performances

Domestic battery cases triggered by musical performances

Whether you display your musical virtuosity in the garage or in your local bar, you have no control over how your performance will be received. And we don’t mean by the general public or music critics at The New York Times or Pitchfork.

We are not even referring to the reception that vocal powerhouses like Mariah Carey or Adele get when technical problems derail what would have been flawless lip-sync performances.

Oh snaps! Celebrity personal injury lawsuits involving the paparazzi

Oh snaps! Celebrity personal injury lawsuits involving the paparazzi

It’s difficult being a celebrity. When you’re not amassing fame and fortune, you’re avoiding hordes of fans and protecting yourself from the prying eyes of the paparazzi hiding behind the bushes of your million-dollar mansion.

Celebrities despise the papz for invading their privacy, but savvy celebs know they’re crucial to keeping a well-constructed narrative of their public persona.

Beyond family chain letters: How mental anguish actually works in a lawsuit

Beyond family chain letters: How mental anguish actually works in a lawsuit

If we were to ask you to describe a frivolous personal injury lawsuit, you would probably include exorbitant non-economic damages, such as multi-million dollar claims of emotional distress.

Most people learn of these payouts from obnoxious chain emails or cable news talk shows with headlines like: “THIS IS WHAT’S WRONG WITH OUR COUNTRY!!!”

These anecdotes are often completely made up (like the infamous story of a burglar who got stuck in his victim’s garage for eight days and sued for mental anguish), but their legal foundation is sturdy.