Amazon has become the most popular home delivery platform for literally anything and everything. The genius behind Amazon is Jeff Bezos. According to Google, Jeff Bezos has a net worth of 135.5 billion dollars; That’s about 135.5 billion dollars more than I’ll ever have. Recently, Bezos and his wife Mackenzie have been making headlines regarding the announcement of their divorce. The divorce was ignited after multiple sources alleged Bezos has been having an affair with a woman named Lauren Sanchez.  There have also been multiple reports that Jeff and Mackenzie did not have a prenuptial agreement; which would have protected him and his assets. The couple resides in Washington state, which is a community property state. Just like Arizona is a community property state; this means the law recognizes that all the property Bezos purchased throughout their marriage also belongs to Mackenzie.

There are only 8 states in the entire U.S. that are entirely community property states. Community property doesn’t just include physical property. It also includes any income received by either spouse during the marriage, vehicles, furniture and debts. YES. DEBTS. So, if you’ve ever thought about maxing out your husband’s credit card and then divorcing him; I would reconsider. So, what does this mean for Mackenzie? Well, since Amazon was founded the year after Jeff and Mackenzie married; half of the company’s value could potentially be hers. It’s hard to say for certain what will happen; Circumstances change and given the complexity of their divorce, it could take some time. As of right now, the couple is amicable and intends to settle in a timely and graceful manner… We’ll see how that goes.

Find out more about your community property assets and how to protect them in your divorce in a free consultation.  Our lawyers at Dodge & Vega are absolutely the best.  Speak with them now over the phone or schedule an in person consult.


Written By:

Andrea Cadillo, Dodge & Vega PLC





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