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Reality star forced to sell Hamptons home in high asset divorce

For fans of the "Real Housewives of New York," it is no secret that controversial reality star Ramona Singer is quite fond of her six-bedroom Southampton mansion. But Singer, who was forced to initiate divorce proceedings after catching hubby Mario cheating on her in their vacation home, is now facing the reality of having to sell the home.

As the divorce drags on and expenses mount, the two are attempting to reach settlement accord using their attorneys. It will not be financially feasible for the reality star to keep the vacation getaway often featured on the show.

Despite being the scene of her husband's adulterous affair, Ramona put a great deal of work into their Hamptons home and loved the features of a private tennis court and swimming pool. The home is set to be rented for the summer season that runs from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. After the season ends, the luxurious mansion will be listed for sale.

Property interests in high asset divorces are hard on most couples to divide, not just reality TV stars. Especially when happy family memories center around the family home or vacation getaway, it can be emotionally wrenching to part with yet another piece of their crumbling marital history.

Sometimes, attorneys can craft a plan where it is not necessary to sell the property outright. In the case of the family home, one partner may buy out the other. For vacation homes, the parties may reach agreement to share time at the shore house or rent it out like the Singers are doing this season.

Source: Inquisitr, "Ramona Singer’s Divorce Getting Costly: Beloved Hamptons Mansion Has To Go" Mar. 12, 2015

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