Hamm conundrum 

The court will ultimately decide how many of his billions of dollars Hamm gets to keep and how much will go to his wife, Sue Ann Hamm.

Forbes reported
that in a Feb. 13 order that was unsealed on March 4, an Oklahoma
District Court judge determined that Hamm’s 122 million shares in the
company were premarital property. As a side note, the couple has no
prenuptial contract.

Now
Bloomberg reports that while Hamm can keep his stock, since it was a
premarital asset, Mrs. Hamm might be entitled to a share of the stock’s
appreciation and enhanced value over the years. The couple married in
1988.

Perhaps sometimes hard work and perseverance don’t pay off.

A court date is set for July.

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