rian was interviewed on ABC’s Good Morning America concerning the ruling he secured on Actor Terrence Howard’s behalf setting aside his divorce judgment.
Mr. Howard released a press release to Entertainment Tonight expressing his gratitude to Brian for securing the trial victory on his behalf.
n addition to having been involved with several high profile and newsworthy family law cases in Southern California, Brian has also appeared on various syndicated news programs to comment on high profile divorce cases and areas of California family law.
Brian Kramer is Inside Edition’s go-to pundit for stories involving celebrity and politician divorce stories.
The Johnny Deep & Amber Heard
Divorce Settlement Interview
On August 16, 2016 Inside Edition interviewed Brian about why Johnny Depp agreed to a record-breaking $7 million dollar settlement for his mere one year marriage to actress Amber Heard.
The Ozzy and Sharon Osborn Interview
On May 10, 2016, Brian was interviewed by Inside Edition on the separation of Ozzy and Sharon Osborne and on increasing national trend of “grey divorces” — a term used to refer to couples who get divorced after they are 50 years old.
The Charlie Sheen/Denise Richards Interview
On January 22, 2016 Brian appeared on Inside Edition’s story involving the Charlie Sheen vs. Denise Richards divorce after a post-judgment dispute arose when Charlie Sheen kicked Denise out of his home.
The Bristol Palin Interview
On January 6, 2016 Brian appeared on Inside Edition’s story involving the divorce of Sarah Palin’s daughter, Bristol Palin, from decorated war hero Dakota Meyer.
hortly after opening his own
family law practice, Mr. Kramer’s
practice became the subject of
national recognition after he
successfully used a California
paternity action to enable Mr.Sean
Sessums Means to become a
recognized beneficiary of the most
storied and largest trusts in U.S.
History, The Doris Duke Trust. The
Trustor of the Dorris Duke Trust, Mr.
James B. Duke was the founder of
American Tobacco Company and
Duke Power Company, and the
namesake of Duke University. He
also was the father of Ms. Doris Duke who upon the untimely death of her father was known as the “richest little girl in world.” Although Sean was a “lineal descendant” of Mr. James Buchanan Duke, The Doris Duke Trust was unaware of Sean’s existence until he turned 25 years old. As a result of Brian’s work, Sean became the first person to ever be recognized as a beneficiary of the Doris Duke Trust decades after his birth.
Sean’s rags-to-riches case included civil rights issues that caught the attention of Ms. Oprah Winfrey. Oprah was so intrigued by the story that she published an 8-page article in her O Magazine publication. In that story, Oprah traces how Sean’s chance encounter with Brian resulted in the formation of a most unlikely attorney-client relationship that would indelibly impact Sean’s life. The article entitled “An Unlikely Inheritance” is posted on Oprah’s website and can be accessed by clicking here.
The Duke family historian, Mr. D.W.
Duke, dedicated a chapter in his
book The Duke Legacy to Sean’s
case. Mr. D.W. Duke was so moved
by Sean’s case that he invited
Sean, a skilled artist, to design the
cover of his book. You can read
Chapter 15 from this book regarding
Sean's incredible story clicking
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