Mary-Kate Olsen is quick to file for divorce from Olivier Sarkozy after an eight-week moratorium on legal proceedings in NYC is lifted
- Documents submitted electronically to the Manhattan Administrator
- It was the first available date for her to submit
- Her previous attempt was rejected amid COVID-19 lockdown
- Full House alum wanted to hear earlier to prevent Sarkozy from letting her leave the NYC apartment
- Exes tied the knot in November 2015
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Mary-Kate Olsen’s legal team wasted little time Monday officially filing the designer’s paperwork to separate from her estranged husband Olivier Sarkozy.
The documents, a subpoena and complaint, were filed electronically with the Manhattan administrator, according to the New York Daily News.
The socialite, 33, had previously made an emergency request to break up the marriage on April 17, but a statewide PAUSE order following the COVID-19 blockage kept New York courts closed to all hearings that were not considered emergencies or immediately considered essential.
The latest: Mary-Kate Olsen’s legal team wasted little time Monday officially filing the designer’s paperwork to separate from her estranged husband Olivier Sarkozy
The 5ft2 beauty has previously tried filing the divisional records, but a judge turned down the request.
The Los Angeles resident legal team, who became famous with her sister Ashley on the Full House show in the 1980s, laid out the paperwork on Monday when the city’s courts opened on Monday.
The designer tried to prevent the banker, 50, from letting her leave their New York City apartment earlier this month on May 12.
The ex-couple initially met in 2012 and married in November 2015.
Stalwarts: Mary-Kate and sister Ashley were snapped in NYC in 2018
Setback: The 5ft2 beauty has previously tried filing the split administration, but a judge turned down the request
Sarkozy has two teenage children from a previous relationship, son Julien, 18 and daughter, Margot, 16.
Last week, officials said the electronic documents would be accepted after Memorial Day weekend, according to the newspaper.
Olsen is estimated to be worth $ 500 million and has a “cast-iron prenup” and “business interests and fortunes are protected” in the split, insiders said. U.S earlier this month.