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Saturday, October 12, 2013
By Family Law
Here's an article on the problem with prenups.
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Yogi Berra's quote is 100% right on with regard to prenups.
Posted by: Tulsa Divorce Lawyer Matt Ingham | Oct 13, 2013 8:18:28 AM
Primarily a drafting problem, or a solitary, "pre-nup-hostile", justice carrying the ball? Why are state courts ever willing to find explicit written contracts regarding the marital relationship "unconscionable" , or subject to changing interpretation, and yet admit no such possibility in regard to the complex, unsigned, and generally NOT disclosed contract one enters into when "I do" is said? I know of no high-earning spouse who has escaped alimony after a long marriage based on pleading that "I didn't understand, and certainly didn't intend that my spouse was going to be an unemployed slacker for the length of the marriage, and thus entitled to support, and it would be unconscionable to make me support such a person!"
Posted by: Gould-Saltman The Family Law Guy | Oct 21, 2013 2:47:39 PM
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