A California appeals court has refused to overturn a financial settlement between former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and his ex-wife.
Former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt is asking a judge to order his ex-wife to pay him nearly $2 million in legal fees after she contested their divorce settlement.
A Los Angeles judge has denied a motion by former Dodgers CEO Jamie McCourt to throw out a $131 million divorce settlement she believes was invalid because she was misled about the team’s value.
Former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt’s ex-wife is back in court to ask a judge to set aside the couple’s $131 million divorce settlement and award her $770 million more.
Frank and Jamie McCourt are set to return to court this week, this time to hash out whether she deserves a bigger settlement after the Dodgers were sold for $2.1 billion.
A motions hearing is scheduled for Monday morning for post-divorce proceedings between former Los Angeles Dodgers owners Frank and Jamie McCourt regarding the team’s value.
Attorneys for Jamie McCourt have filed a motion Monday to throw out the divorce settlement between her and her ex-husband and former Dodgers owner, Frank McCourt.
A Los Angeles judge has ratified a binding agreement between outgoing Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and his former wife Jamie McCourt in their divorce case.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Lawyers for the Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday petitioned a federal bankruptcy court in Delaware to allow the auction of the team’s television rights, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The move […]
Court documents show Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt must pay his former wife, Jamie, $131 million by the end of April as part of their divorce settlement.
Frank and Jamie McCourt announced Monday that they have reached a divorce settlement over ownership of the Dodgers, ending what is believed to be the costliest marital split in California history.
Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt will continue paying his ex-wife $225,000 a month in spousal support pending a trial in November, according to an agreement reached between their attorneys today with the help of a Los Angeles judge.
According to data filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court and reported by the Los Angeles Times, the Dodgers are on pace to lose more than $42 million in annual revenue since 2009.
It seems like decades ago Jamie McCourt boldly predicted the Dodgers would sell 4 million tickets in a season and she was almost right in 2007 when the team sold 3.85 million tickets , most in the National League.
Former Los Angeles Dodgers CEO Jamie McCourt says her ex-husband should continue to pay more than $600,000 a month in spousal support despite the team’s recent bankruptcy filing.