KimKardashiaDivorceAttorney230.jpgX17 has spoken exclusively with renowned divorce attorney Mike Kelly, Chairman of the California Family Law Institute, to get his opinion on Kim Kardashian's divorce proceedings.

Kelly, a friend of Robert Kardashian -- Kim's father (Robert was a lawyer), has reviewed Kim's case. Kim's fortune is in the multi-millions; it's estimated that the Kardashian family made $65 million in 2010 alone.

Says Kelly, who has worked with celebs including Anthony Hopkins:

    "It would be difficult for either of them to get spousal support because it’s an extraordinarily short marriage. California is a no-fault state, so it won’t make a difference if Kris went out and had sex with several women. But, as far as him doing what he did -– some of the pictures that have come out -– that will create a problem for him with getting anything.”

Kris has been spotted out flirting with women at nightclubs (sans Kim) on several occasions since the two wed in August. Kelly continues:

    "Kris has no rights to Kim's fortune. The prenup will hopefully freeze him out completely. ... Between the prenup, shortness of the marriage and circumstances of the break-up, I don't think Kris will get anything."

Kelly spoke about Kim as a person and what Robert would say about the situation:

    "I would have bet she was going to be faithful. In the family, you don’t find drugs or alcohol. There’s not that Lindsay Lohan behavior. ... They had a great father. ... With this filing, Kim is saying, ‘I’m not going to tolerate this behavior. Period.’ ... He [Robert] would have advised her to get divorced."