The wife he is divorcing was a lawyer at the company before he married her. She will not do anything to damage the company. The worse case I can think of, is that she gets a lot of stock in the settlement and she sells a little now and then for living expenses.
It has been plublicly announced that the Judge has ruled HH does not have to sell the Clr stock he owned
when thety got married, which is most all of what he owns now.Which means he will have to sell/or assign other assets to settle with her. If you were him or her, would you do anything to harm your Clr stock holdings?