Kelsey Grammer has filed legal docs in his ongoing divorce with estranged wife Camille Grammer, seeking to protect his retirement and business accounts from any unauthorized withdrawals by his soon to be ex-wife.
The actor/producer formally filed the documents in Los Angeles Superior Court, naming his various pension plans and business accounts as claimants in his divorce, and by doing this, the parties won’t be able to make any payments without proper notice, or until there is a divorce judgment.
Kelsey named Equity League, Screen Actors Guild, AFTR Health & Retirement Funds, Screen Actors Guild, Producers Pension Plan, Gramnet Inc (Kelsey & Camille’s production company), and the Directors Guild of America.
The legal docs state that Kelsey is seeking “an order determining the nature and extent of both employee and non-employee spouse’s interest in employee benefits under the plan, an order restraining claimant from making benefit payments to employee spouse pending the determination and disposition of non-employees spouse’s interest if any, in employee’s benefits under the plan.”
The former couple married on August 2, 1997 and Camille filed for divorce on June 28th, 2010.