Christine Marburg is famous among the public for being the second wife of Dick Wolf(television writer, director, executive producer, and creator). Her husband is known for his work as an executive producer and creator of the Law & Order franchise.

Short-Bio Of Christine Marburg

Christine Marburg has not revealed her age and date of birth. However the information regarding her parents, siblings, early life and education is also missing. Meanwhile, her ex-husband, was born on December 20, 1946, in New York City to George Wolf and Marie G. Gaffney.

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Christine Marburg and Dick Wolf’s Unsuccessful Marriage

Christine and Dick were in a marital relationship for around  two decades. They shared the wedding vows on June 29, 1983 however the detail on their love story is missing. Together they have shared three kids:  Elliot, Olivia, and Serena.

After 20 years of marriage they pair decided to took divorce in 2003 and  their marriage legally ended in 2005. As per source, their divorce battle lasted for 12 long years.

Following the divorce, Christine prefer to stay away from the limelight and nothing much is known about her.

On the other hand, Wolf married actress Noelle Lippman in June 2006 and has shared two kids: a daughter Zoe Amelia Wolf(b. on September 21, 2007) and a son Rex Wolf(b. March 2, 2010). After 13 years of marriage, they separated in 2019.

How Much Is Christine Marburg’s Net worth?

Christine Marburg’s exact net worth is missing but some of the tabloids have claimed it to be around $22 million. Most of her worth is possible from her divorce settlement. From her ex-husband, she received $17.5 million in cash,  annual spousal support of $2 million for eight years, and their house in Maine.

The big part of the settlement was the value of Law & Order as Christine was legally entitled to half the value of the show. At the time of  negotiations, the value of the show was estimated at just $8 million but Marburg claimed that her husband was working on a new billion-dollar deal.

She came to known abut it after some months of signing the divorce settlement. Following this she took the case to court claiming her ex-husband has concealed assets. In 2016, she lost an appeal after the judge dismissed all of her claims.

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