It looks like divorce does a single lady good! Camille Grammer will reportedly be awarded $30 million from the community estate she shared with Kelsey Grammer. Their estate is reportedly worth $60 million after liquidation of their assets (3 homes are currently on the market awaiting to get sold).
From an Orange County divorce lawyer’s perspective, because California is dictated by community property law, all assets acquired by the parties during marriage are community property unless a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement states otherwise. When Camille met Kelsey, Kelsey was apparently broke despite his earnings received from “Cheers” and “Frasier”. It is been said that Camille helped orchestrate the millions their estate is worth.
At any rate, luckily these two were able to settle their property issues and can move on.
This is why hiring an Orange County divorce lawyer is essential to any contentious divorce case in California.