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Gaston Glock's ex-wife seeks US financial records

ATLANTA (AP) - The ex-wife of gun mogul Gaston Glock Sr. is asking a federal judge in Atlanta to help her get financial records for use in legal proceedings in Austria related to the couple's divorce.

The Daily Report writes (http://bit.ly/181yMwZ ) that Helga Glock says she needs financial data from her ex-husband's American companies to calculate the sum her husband should pay her based on his worldwide income.

Helga Glock's lawyers say Austrian courts ruled that Gaston Glock was at fault for the failure of the marriage. Helga Glock's affidavit says her husband in 2011 left her for a woman 50 years younger than him after 49 years of marriage.

Helga Glock's lawyers are seeking financial documents from Glock's North American headquarters in Smyrna and from other Georgia-based companies associated with Glock.

 

Information from: the Fulton County Daily Report, http://www.dailyreportonline.com

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