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Vikki Ziegler, known as the Divorce Diva, is trying to change the way couples go through the process of divorcing. She thinks going to court and letting a judge decide "who gets what" is so yesterday. Ziegler advises her clients to have the process done outside of court. She offers to mediate and divide the assets without having to go through the long, drawn-out legal process when couples turn to her. Assisting are brothers Mark and Michael Millea, professional appraisers who assess the values of the couple's belongings, to help Ziegler split the assets as evenly as possible. Who needs a judge when the Divorce Diva can take care of the separation instead on "Untying the Knot"?
The crash of the real estate market is followed by the crash of Libby and Perry's marriage; their assets include a gold coin collection, a Ming Dynasty screen and a hand-blown glass bowl; mediation turns into a battle over the couple's dog, Rosie.
Tonya and Tullio fell in love in the fast lane. However, after six years of marriage, they realized they blew through too many red lights. Now they need Vikki's help dividing their jewelry collection, a Fiat Abarth, and an art collection. Meanwhile, Vikki encourages her former client Kim to jump back into the dating game after going through a difficult divorce.
When Dave and Nikka met at a party in Las Vegas, they made the biggest bet of their lives and got married. However, after 14 years, Dave wants to cash in and get divorced, while Nikka is still holding on to her cards. They need Vikki's help to end their marriage and split up a Lamborghini and their property in Hawaii. In another deal gone wrong, Vikki's client Tom is desperate to get back $65,000 he had given to his ex-girlfriend for their daughter that his ex instead used to buy a new house. Vikki needs to gather evidence and build a strong case, or Tom could be left empty handed.
Tom and Darlene fell in love in law school, but after 24 years of marriage, the verdict is that they need to split up. They've been estranged for more than a decade and only stayed together for their son. When it comes to their marital assets, they both make convincing arguments for a signed Salvador Dali print, and a bronze Buddhist statue. Meanwhile, sparks fly at Vikki's monthly dating mixer where divorced singles get a second chance to tie the knot.
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