In Miles Massey's first meeting with Marilyn Rexroth, Marilyn's necklace is hanging slightly off centre. In the next shot, it is hanging perfectly. The necklace moves in these two positions for the next few shots.
Miles' black Mont Blanc fountain pen is precisely placed in front of him as he is sitting at his otherwise empty desk. When the camera returns, the pen is still immaculately placed but facing the other way.
During the courtroom scene when Heinz, the Baron Krauss Von Espy first walks up to the witness stand, his dog has a purple bow on its head. In the next shot, the bow is gone, and then it reappears again.
Much of the film's plot is driven by inaccurate representations of California divorce law. Under the community property theory, factors like infidelity are virtually irrelevant to the distribution of property upon divorce.