Neighbors’ Terese makes a new discovery in Paul’s divorce story

Neighbors spoilers follow.

The bitter divorce between Paul and Thérèse in Neighbors kicks into high gear next week, but it looks like they could both make peace by the end of the week.

It is the mysterious Sapiko & Bazz Holdings that poses the problem. It’s the business that Paul funneled much of his assets into, and Terese suspected that all might not be what it seemed.

She’s proven the next week when she learns the company has gone bankrupt, and it sets off alarm bells that it was all just a ruse by Paul to keep him from getting his hands on his money.

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She learns the truth through an investigation by Toadie and Byron, but the only thing missing is the evidence she needs to catch her ex-husband.

Paul, who is distracted by sending David to prison, is in no mood to hear Terese’s accusations and he tries to confuse her.

But Leo is tired of how his father treats people and calls him out on his actions, prompting Paul to rethink what he was doing.

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Paul now knows it’s time to put his family first, so he decides to approach Terese with an offer – a decent payment if she lets him buy it out of the hotel.

After some soul-searching with Glen and Chloe, Terese decides the offer is too good to turn down and accepting is the best thing she can do to give herself the fresh start she needs.

With the deal done, Paul and Terese can finally start putting their marriage behind them and focus on their future, and with just a few weeks of Neighbors on the left, it seems that any chance of reconciliation is now gone…

Neighbors airs weekdays at 1:45 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Channel 5 and airs on My5. In Australia, the show airs Monday to Thursday at 6:30 p.m. on 10 Peach and streams on 10 Play.

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