Mary-Kate Olsen has finally settled her divorce from her estranged husband Olivier Sarkozy.
The former couple’s lawyers appeared before a judge in Manhattan on Wednesday and entered into their decisions, adding that they expect to receive a signed copy of the separation agreement in court by next week, according to Page Six.
“As of this morning, we have reached a final agreement,” Sarkozy’s lawyer, Michael Mosberg, told a judge during a video of the Manhattan Supreme Court hearing.
Judge Lori Suttler asked Olsen’s lawyer, Nancy Chemtob, if she agreed, to which Chemtob replied: “Yes, your honor, it’s true, it̵
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Olsen, 34, who filed for divorce from the French banker in May, appeared in the video dressed in a plain black turtleneck, while the lawyers of the respective countries continued with formalities.
Olsen lost an offer in his request for an emergency divorce amid a coronavirus pandemic in May. New York Judge Michael Katz rejected the request, saying the issue was not “substantial” in nature and thus the estranged couple should follow the right channels to settle their marital dispute.
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“At the moment, we only accept important, urgent matters for filing,” a New York court spokesman said in a statement to Fox News at the time. “The original declaration was rejected by the New York County official because they did not follow the essential procedure.
“They falsified the substantive proceedings and the matter was referred to the former judge, a judge of the Supreme Court of the State of New York,” the note continued. “He decided it wasn’t essential, so they can’t file anything at this point.”
Olsen reportedly sought to speed up the process after she claimed Sarkozy had terminated the rental of the New York apartment they shared and sent a notice to Olsen that he had to vacate by May 18.
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Page Six reported at the time that Olsen said in his statement: “I am petrified that my husband is trying to deprive me of the home we lived in and if he succeeds, not only will I lose my home, but I risk losing my personal property. “
During the divorce, Olsen moved to $ 325,000 rent for the summer in Hampton.
Satler urged the lawyers to finalize the agreement, supported the outcome.
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“Until I actually see the evidence, I’ll keep your feet on the fire for a while,” the lawyer said, according to Page Six. “I believe and believe that this is happening, but I will continue to monitor the case to make sure it happens and to divorce them.”
The couple’s lawyers did not immediately respond to Fox News’s requests for comment.