Two up-and-coming New York lawyers, both in their early 30s, knew each other for years before love took hold. They eventually married, went on a honeymoon to Europe–and split up three days later.

The wife’s attorney, Franklin S. Bonem, of New York’s Proskauer Rose L.L.P., says that he spent most of the year after the fleeting, 72-hour marriage working out a tortuous divorce and splitting their $750,000 in assets. (The wife got to keep the oversized wedding ring, notes Mr. Bonem.)

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