Mary-Kate Olsen's Emergency Divorce Request Has Been Denied!

Mary-Kate Olsen's Emergency Divorce Request Has Been Denied!”

While it is obvious that quarantine is not easy for everyone, it is taking a toll on some people's relationships.

Mary Kate Olsen's request for an emergency divorce from Olivier Sarkozy has been rejected by a NY judge. So, Fuller House will conclude its 5 season run this summer time with out Michelle Tanner making a return.

The Olsen twins would have been welcomed to the Netflix spinoff for his or her iconic present in Fuller House, however there's a objective why they've by no means made an look. The actresses continued to star in a collection of movies collectively into their teenage years, with movies resembling It Takes Two, Passport to Paris and New York Minute.

Mary-Kate Olsen added that she is not only anxious for her own things, but for all also the marital belongings that are in their Gramercy Apartment. The sisters also own the fashion brand Elizabeth and James. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, New York City is not now accepting any new divorce filings unless the requested filing is seen to be an emergency situation. However, it is a bit tricky to get a divorce these days due to COVID-19.

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The court documents reportedly mentioned that one way Olsen could protect her property is by filing the divorce petition, which could "trigger an automatic court order preventing him from disposing of her property". Olsen's lawyers alleged that Sarkozy had ended the lease on the NYC-apartment he had previously shared with Olsen without her knowledge and that she was going to be forced out by May 18. Sadly, Mary-Kate Olsen's petition was denied. News that only "essential, emergency" filings are being accepted at the moment, and added: "The original filing was rejected by the New York County Clerk because they did not follow the essential matter procedure".

A spokesperson for New York Supreme Courts said: "Currently, we are only accepting essential/emergency matters for filing. He decided that it is not essential so they can't file anything at this point".

While it is unfortunate for her, it might give the Olsen twins an opportunity to live together again.

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