We’ve been watching the Roloff household on Little People, Big World for years, and Matt and Amy Roloff’s lives have completely modified. The couple began the present married, however they’ve since divorced and moved on fully with different companions. And Amy made the foremost resolution to depart Roloff Farms and discover a new place together with her fiancé, Chris Marek.
Now, Amy’s getting settled into her new place. But paperwork point out she will not be completed with Roloff Farms simply but, as she was nonetheless listed as engaged on the farm as of February 2020. Here’s what’s reportedly taking place.
Amy Roloff is almost completed transferring off of Roloff Farms and into her new place
Moving off of Roloff Farms wasn’t a simple resolution for Amy to make. She made it clear she adores the farm, because it’s the place she raised her youngsters with Matt. But post-divorce, she knew it was time to maneuver on. And after a number of years of residing on the alternative aspect of the farm property from Matt, she lastly discovered a brand new place to name her personal.
Amy’s been transferring for the reason that finish of 2019, and whereas she’s almost completed, she nonetheless has main work to do to make the brand new place little person-friendly. “We definitely have a number of things to do before I officially move into this house,” Amy talked about throughout Season 20 of LPBW. And she then instructed Marek that she likes “to be independent” and doesn’t essentially need his assist reaching every thing within the dwelling.
“Moving into this new house … it’s not as accommodating as the farmhouse,” Amy added.
Matt Roloff instructed an Instagram follower that Amy nonetheless owns a part of the farm
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Judging from what followers noticed on the present, Amy offered her half of Roloff Farms to Matt and now has little to do with the farm property. But that doesn’t really appear to be the case. Reports discovered Amy offered her half for over $600,000 earlier than buying her new place for much less, however Matt instructed an Instagram follower that he and Amy nonetheless co-own a part of the farm in 2020.
“I don’t own the whole thing,” Matt defined. “Amy and I still co-own the North side. (Original farm with big house). I only own the south parcel. Hope that helps. I know it’s confusing.”
Matt then clarified once more to followers that he didn’t power Amy off the farm property. Instead, she selected to pack her issues and go, however she might’ve stayed within the massive farmhouse.
“Amy didn’t have to move. She chose to move,” he added. “Amy could have stayed on the farm if she wanted too.”
Documents point out Amy’s nonetheless listed as a farm worker
It appears to be like like Matt wasn’t bluffing when he instructed his followers Amy nonetheless has involvement with the farm property. According to The Sun, Matt submitted an amended annual report for Roloff Farms again in February 2020. And it famous that Matt was the president of the business whereas Amy was the secretary.
So, will Amy keep her secretary standing? We’re undecided, as she hasn’t spoken out about any additional developments with the farm. As for Matt, we all know he’s talked about leaving the farm behind as effectively — however he’s additionally at present constructing a cabin on the property in preparation for Roloff Farms pumpkin season, which is probably the most profitable time for the business.
“After a very productive 3 weeks back at the farm… logs are prepped for new cabin …,” Matt captioned his Instagram post on May 23.
We’ll have to attend and see what Roloff Farms has in retailer for the longer term. For now, it appears Amy could have extra involvement than we thought.
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