Mary-Kate Olsen finally ended her divorce with her estranged husband, Olivier Sarkozy.
Lawyers for the couple appeared before a Manhattan judge on Wednesday and went into their decision, adding they expected a separate copy of the agreement signed for the court within next week, according to Page Six.
“We reached a final agreement this morning,” said Michael Mosberg, a lawyer for Sarkozy, to the judge during the trial with a Manhattan Supreme Court video.
Court judge Lori Sattler asked Olsen’s attorney, Nancy Chemtob, if she agreed, to which Chemtob replied, “Yes, your honor is right, everything has been fixed. We work very hard. We have a settlement.”;
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Olsen, 34, who filed a lawsuit to cancel her marriage to a French banker in May, appeared on a video feed wearing a simple black turtleneck while lawyers for the parties carried out the ceremony.
Olsen lost a bid on her emergency divorce request amid the coronavirus outbreak in May. New York City Judge Michael Katz rejected the petition, saying the matter was not “necessary” by nature, so the estranged couple had to take appropriate avenues to settle disputes in their marriages.
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“We are currently only accepting emergencies required to file a lawsuit,” a New York court spokesman said in a statement to Fox News at the time. “The first filing was rejected by New York County clerk for failing to take important steps.
“They had harassed under a critical step, and the matter was passed on to a former judge who was a New York Supreme Court judge,” the message continued. “He considers it not important, so they can’t file anything at the moment.”
Olsen reportedly wanted to speed up the process after she claimed that Sarkozy had stopped renting the New York City apartment they shared and sent Olsen a notice that she wanted to retire by May 18.
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Page Six reported at the time that Olsen stated in her paper: “I was horrified that my husband tried to discourage me from the house we lived in, and if he was successful, I would not just lose my home. But still risk losing Personal property too “
Amid the divorce, Olsen moved to a summer $ 325,000 rental to the Hamptons.
Sattler pushed for lawyers to conclude a settlement.
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“Until I see real evidence, I’ll stick your feet to the fire,” the lawyer said on page six. “I am convinced and believe this is happening. However, I will control the case to make sure it is finished and divorced.”
Lawyers for the couple did not immediately respond to Fox News’ requests for comment.