Jennifer Lopez Needs To Make Sure Divorce Is Filed In New York Says Top Divorce Attorney!

Mon, July 18, 2011 4:49pm EST by 2 Comments

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Clair Voy

Posted at 7:28 PM on September 26, 2011  

I disagree (by way of experience) on thinking a “pre-nupt” agreement protects you. When my husband and I married, he asked me to sign a pre-nupt (on the eve of our wedding and I missed out spending time with my out-of-town guest I had not seen for years) and I reluctantly agreed. I’m much younger and more beneficial to him as 30 years old and took care of him through 2 near death illness while his adult children were no where to be found. I THEN STARTED TO MAKE NOTES and have since kept a log; he has broken every stipulation, clause and request contained in EVERY paragraph of the prenupt and I have proof hidden under lock and key and plan to have it deem “null & void” because of this …just patiently waiting. An attorney I consulted with told me based on the proof I’ve shown; it is VOID. So pre-nupt are done for a reason; you MUST adhere to them and most arrogant people ignore them.

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Posted at 12:41 AM on August 8, 2011  

Yuk! You can’t nuke left-overs after 3 days. 50/50’s fair enough since she admits he made all decisions re: her career.

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