There's no such thing as a sign-here-and-you're-done divorce for millionaires.
With Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's split now a reality after four years of marriage, questions about prenuptial agreements, how much each celeb is worth and how much they earned while they were married inevitably come to the forefront.
First of all, when Khloé and Lamar tied the knot in 2009, he had just won his first of two championships with the Los Angeles Lakers in his fifth season with the team and that year he signed a four-year, $32.8 million contract. He was traded to the Dallas Mavericks in late 2011 and, the following year, he and his $8.2 million salary joined the L.A. Clippers for one season.
There's been talk that his return to the Clippers is imminent and he's been training hard, but he remains unsigned.
Khloé's star, meanwhile, has done nothing but rise since she added Odom to her name. (For the record, her divorce petition reflects her desire to drop the Odom ASAP.)
Forbes estimates that the E! star banked around $10 million between June 2012 and June 2013, and $11 million during the same time frame the previous year.
"This year, when you look at what [the Kardashian sisters] earned from [Keeping Up With the Kardashians] and what they earned from their endorsements, Kim and Khloé are about the same," Forbes' West Coast Bureau Chief Dorothy Pomerantz exclusively tells E! News. "Khloé has some pretty decent earning power."
And in addition to being on TV, she obviously has a number of other successful enterprises and a huge social media presence.
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"Khloé has her own very, very strong following," notes Pomerantz. "She is huge on Twitter. She makes a lot from her endorsements."
Forbes estimates that half of her income comes from her endorsements, with a conservative guess putting her earnings from the likes of K-Dash on QVC, the Kardashian Kollection for Sears and other products at $5 million.
"If anything, [her earning potential] will be more" post-split, Pomerantz suggests. "The mind boggles at what she could endorse now."
Her husband has been no slouch in the earnings department himself, either.
Though Odom has struggled recently, both on and off the court, Basketball-Reference.com puts his career earnings (since being drafted by the Clippers in 1999) at almost $116 million, with his per-year salary maxing out at $14.1 million for his 2008-2009 season with the Lakers.
Reports have pegged Lamar's current net worth at $56 million.
California is a 50-50 state, meaning community property—aka what the couple earned or acquired after getting hitched—gets divided equally between exes post-split, provided there's no prenuptial agreement.
Khloé and Lamar, however, do have a prenup. The terms are confidential, but Khloé herself told E! News in June 2011, "Everybody needs a prenup. I don't care if you make five dollars or $5 million dollars, you're protecting yourself in this day in age. People are crazy, you never know.
"And when you have businesses together, like we do, you have to protect yourself. It doesn't mean you don't love them."
She and Lamar married on Sept. 27, 2009, a month after first meeting at a party she was hosting for his former Lakers teammate Ron Artest.