Kelly Dodd is moving full steam ahead in her divorce to estranged husband, Michael Dodd.
On November 13, The Real Housewives of Orange County star, filed for “attorney substitution” papers with Orange County Superior Court — according to legal documents . The paperwork was added as part of Kelly and Michael’s divorce case from 2012, which was put on hold in 2014.
A “substitution of attorney” is a legal document that may be created during a lawsuit if a party wishes to replace its attorney with another one. Both attorneys must sign the document (which is otherwise void)
On September 27, the 44-year-old announced plans to file for divorce from Michael after eleven years of marriage. The couple shares a daughter, Jolie, 11.
Kelly and Michael gave their marriage a second shot in 2012 — rebounding after Kelly’s initial decision to file for divorce.
The outspoken diva’s marriage woes has been well documented on Bravo’s reality series — with Kelly frequently voicing her annoyance with her soon-to-be ex.
The Real Housewives of Orange County airs Monday nights, on Bravo at 9:00 p.m. ET.