Phoenix Marriage Contracts: Crazy Celebrity Prenuptial Agreements
There’s a common misconception that Arizona prenuptial agreements only cover division of property or custody after an Arizona divorce. However, many couples choose to include additional agreements, and those additions can range from the practical to the bizarre. Couples can include just about anything in their marriage contracts, and we mean anything. Take a look at some of these celebrity prenuptial agreements:
- The prenup of Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards included a clause that would get Richards $4 million if Sheen cheated on her.
- Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman’s prenup allows Urban to receive $640,000 for each year they remain married, unless he relapses and uses drugs again.
- Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom’s prenup includes some lavish support options for Kardashian, including $25,000/month in support, $5,000 for shopping, courtside season tickets for the Lakers for her and her family, and a new luxury vehicle on a regular schedule.
- Other celebrity prenups are rumored to have some unusual provisions, such as payments each time a spouse is rude to his wife’s parents or a forfeiture of property if the wife gains weight.
Although you probably aren’t planning on a prenuptial agreement with these kinds of lavish provisions, it is still a good idea to talk to your fiancé about your plans and hopes for the future. Give the friendly and experienced Phoenix family law attorneys with Curry, Pearson & Wooten a call today to get answers about your Arizona prenup and to receive a free book: Arizona Family Law – How to Handle Tough Issues in Tough Times.
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