McKenzie Bezos, the title of "Richest Woman in the World" after her famous separation from her husband, may be the founder of Amazon.com, Jeff Bezos. Amazon's chief executive, $ 137 billion, makes him the richest man in the world. But depending on how he shares his assets, the title may be withdrawn, and she will be named "the richest woman in the world".
Jeff and McKenzie Bezos, who live in Washington state, offer the principle of "co-ownership" of real estate and income between spouses, meaning that their assets may be divided by 50/50, according to Business Insider. Where property is an asset acquired under the name of the husband and wife separately and is not considered joint property, unless both have agreed to share their wealth.
Jeff Bezos founded Amazon after he married McNenze, who is likely to have the right to get half of her Amazon husband's wealth.
If McKinsey Bezos is to settle her divorce with just half of Jeff's fortune, that would make her worth an estimated $ 68.5 billion, more than $ 23 billion of the net worth of the world's richest woman. The richest woman in the world is Francois Bettencourt Myers, who controls 33 percent of L'Oreal, the world's largest cosmetic maker, worth $ 45.6 billion, according to Bloomberg.
According to the magazine Forbes, the US $ 44.7 billion, which puts it directly behind the heirs of the famous Walmart, Alice Walton, which is ranked first with a fortune of 44.8 billion dollars.
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