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Will Hakimi be entitled to half of his wife’s net worth?

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According to numerous internet-based news outlets, Moroccan player Achraf Hakimi will receive half of his ex-wife Hiba Abouk’s net worth as part of a divorce settlement.

Recall that the PSG star’s ex-wife, Abouk, failed to inherit half of his €70 million fortune since Hakimi supposedly had nothing in his name.

According to reports, the Moroccan international transferred all of his assets to his mother, Mrs Fatima.

According to new sources, the 24-year-old has a chance to inherit half of his 36-year-old wife’s belongings.

After a French prosecutor accused the PSG full-back of rape, the actress filed for divorce in March 2023.

In the divorce action, she reportedly requested half of the footballer’s riches, but was surprised to learn that Hakimi has nothing in his name.

According to new reports, the mother of two may face more difficulties because Hakimi is seeking half of her fortune in a divorce settlement.

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