A 50/50 split is not good enough for Wendy Flom who has been divorcing her music mogul hubby Jason Flom for nine years.
The pair split in 2010 after being married nearly two decades. In March 2017, a Manhattan court granted the mother of two just 40 percent of the couple’s marital assets, estimated at $30 million. On Thursday, a New York appeals court ruled she’s entitled to a 50/50 split.
Wendy is also getting $26,000 a month in maintenance for six years, and $4,250 a month in child support. The couple has a 24-year-old daughter and a 19-year-old son, who were both minors when the parental legal battle began.
Her lawyer, Susan Chana Lask, told me, “It is not over. Post-trial proceedings are pending right now for clarification of millions of dollars of property . . . further appeals are forthcoming.”
Lawyers for Jason, who signed Lorde and Kid Rock to Lava Records, argued that Wendy never “cooked a meal, dusted a table or mopped a floor.” But the appellate court ruled, “There was no basis to reduce equitable distribution merely because the parties chose to hire domestic help.”