The wife of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein has agreed to give up the bulk of her and her husband’s belongings, including a diamond-and-ruby ring, dozens of designer shoes and an extensive wine collection in a settlement with his defunct law firm’s bankruptcy trustee.

Chuck Lichtman of Berger Singerman, who represents trustee Herbert Stettin, could not estimate the value of the thousands of items being given up by Kim Rothstein. But he said the settlement filed Tuesday is significant.

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