Yet, Post says the fact that the fashion designer has several other homes was most likely one of the reasons the judge denied her request.
"If she really had no place else to live, that might have attracted the judge's attention," says Post, who adds that Olsen's next steps are simply to follow normal protocol and wait for her divorce to be granted.
"She can go ahead and have her separation agreement filed and deliver it to a judge. That judge would look it over, sign it and send it down to a clerk’s office," says Post. "And in due course, she will be divorced."
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