Details surrounding the Los Angeles County divorce of Emmy Rossum have surfaced. There is not anything too dramatic but here is a run down of the details of their divorce Judgment:
1) Rossum to keep the Beverly Hills residence (she probably had enough money to buy him out or this is her separate property);
2) Rossum to keep her two production companies in her name;
3) Several bank accounts;
4) Trust account;
Rossum’s ex-husband, Justin Siegel, was awarded the following:
1) The Mercedes Benz vehicle;
2) His LLC company;
3) An $11,500 security deposit from a Coldwater Canyon residence;
As for an equalization payment (which means one party must pay another party some money in order to effectuate an equal division of community property), Rossum is to pay Siegel $57,500. Equalization payments are not considered income and are nontaxable.
Additionally, both parties agreed to waive the receipt of spousal support. This is typical in short-term marriages where you have similarly situated spouses.
As and for payment of attorney fees, both parties have agreed to pay for their own respective attorney fees and costs. From a legal standpoint, this leads me to believe that the parties are likely equally situated in terms of income.
For more information on seeking an Orange County or Los Angeles County divorce, contact an Orange County divorce lawyer for more information.