In the latest news about the “Real Housewives of Orange County,” Vicki Gunvalson’s divorce has been finalized. In high-asset cases like this one, property division is a major part of the divorce, and it showed. According to the Jan. 28 reports, Gunvalson may have received close to $1 million in assets in the split.
According to the divorce documents provided from Oct. 16, 2013, neither of the two will be receiving spousal support, but if either of the two have a major change in their income levels, then that could potentially change. Now, according to the information, the two shared a bank account with a balance of $161,887. That money paid the mortgages of the pair’s 7 Shire residence, and the remaining $53,933 was split between them, according to the news. The 51-year-old woman will be allowed to keep the 7 Shire residence.
When it came to assets, Gunvalson was awarded $886,459 in assets including art, photographs, furniture, and other possessions. The two also had timeshares in Mexico; one was sold for $5,700 and went to Vicki; the other two are meant to be sold and split between them equally. Additionally, the two will split an alleged $26,966 and their Gold Strike Poker stocks, but Vicki has kept sole rights to three of the accounts with a balance of $230,948. Amazingly, she’ll also be keeping the couple’s 2009 Mercedes.
In high-asset divorces, there are many items to split and plenty of assets to lose. If you’re in this situation and want to make sure you get what you’re owed, you may want to speak with an attorney in California. With the right help, you can be sure you get what you deserve without giving up too much.
Source: Radar Online, “‘RHOC’ Star Vicki Gunvalson’s Divorce Finalized: Nets Nearly $1M In Assets, As Bravo Star’s Wealth Is Revealed In Court Documents” No author given, Jan. 28, 2014