Greenwich divorce-meister Samuel V. Schoonmaker III is certainly no stranger to high-asset break-ups.
After all, he didn’t get his membership card to the so-called “Dirty 30″ — a nationwide fraternity of highly prominent divorce lawyers — by representing just ordinary, middle-class spouses duking it out in court.
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