When Richard Grimm and Gail Raper divorced, the jury awarded him the house, the kids — and nearly $3 million.

Grimm’s lawyer, Jeffrey B. Bogart of Bogart & Bogart in Atlanta, says the award is unusual for two reasons: its size and that his wife — chief executive officer of Morris & Raper Realtors of Atlanta — will have to pay her ex-husband.

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