$11.2 billion at stake in looming divorce of oil baron!

A divorce with $11.2 billion on the line is in store for oil baron Harold Hamm, one of the richest men in America.


Harold Hamm the chief executive of Continental Resources looming divorce with soon to be ex-wife Sue Ann Hamm will put a $11.2 billion oil fortunate on the line.

Sue Ann alleges that her husband was having an affair, as her main reason for divorcing him. If this is the case, she could end up with a huge settlement.

Harold and Sue Ann were married in 1988 and have two adult children together. Harold, 67, was named as one of the most influential people in the world by Time Magazine and Forbes named him one of the 50 richest Americans last year. Sue Ann is a former executive at Continental but is no longer with the company.

It is unclear if the two had a pre-nuptial agreement, but if not Sue Ann Hamm could walk away with about half that, or about $5.6 billion, which would still make it the most expensive divorce settlement to date.

Liberty Ross finally files for divorce from Rupert Sanders!

Liberty Ross has finally filed for divorce from Rupert Sanders!


Six Months after Ross’ learned about husband’s “momentary indiscretion” with actress Kristen Stewart was revealed in July 2012.

The British model, 34, has filed for divorce from her director husband, 41, in L.A. County Superior Court. She  is asking for joint custody of their two children, Skyla, 7, and Tennyson, 5, as well as spousal support and attorney’s fees.

Sanders, has also filed a response to his wife’s petition in which he also requests joint custody. However, he is not seeking spousal support and wants to share the costs of attorney’s fees.

Are Pinoys ready for Divorce?

Award-winning broadcast journalist Ted Failon probes on the status of House Bill 1799 or the so-called Divorce Bill this Saturday (Jan 19) in “Failon Ngayon.

Ted Failon in FAILON NGAYON! (1)

According to Rep. Luzviminda Ilagan, one of the authors of the said bill, there are 800 cases of legal separation and annulment being submitted to the office of the Solicitor General every month. From 2001 to 2007, there were more than 43,650 applications filed and in 2010 alone, 8,282 were already recorded.

As expected, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) and other religious organizations are against this bill as it will allegedly break the sanctity of marriage.

The Philippines is the only country in the world that doesn’t implement divorce. This is the reason Filipinos who want to end their marital obligations would settle via legal separation or annulment.

Are Filipinos ready for the Divorce Bill? What are its pros and cons?

Don’t miss this full report in “Failon Ngayon” this Saturday (Jan 19), 4:45 PM on ABS-CBN with a replay on ANC every Sunday, 2PM. Visit its Facebook page at www.facebook.com/failon.ngayon and follow it on Twitter via @Failon_Ngayon. Tweet your thoughts and reaction this weekend using the hashtag #FailonNgayon.

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