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Protect Yourself with a Pre-Nup

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Source: Perez Hilton

Reviewed by: Attorney Nichole A. Collins

A pre-nuptial agreement can protect both the drafter of the document, as well as their heirs. This becomes especially important in situations involving large assets and blended families. When couples with large assets and/or children from previous relationships decide to wed, it is imperative to address business and financial issues beforehand.

Frasier actor, Kelsey Grammer, who recently divorced third wife Camille Grammer, did not have a pre-nuptial agreement. It is reported that Camille received an estimated $50 million dollars in the divorce.

After that, you would have thought Kelsey would have learned his lesson!

Sources close to the Frasier actor reveal that he had no intention of asking his fourth wife, Kayte Walsh, to sign a pre-nuptiual agreement.

Prior to divorcing Camille and wedding Kayte, the insider explained:

"Kelsey is deeply in love with Kayte and can't imagine spending the rest of his life with any other woman in the world. He knows she's the one and wouldn't insult her by asking her to sign a pre-nup even though his third divorce is going to cost him about $50 million. Kelsey doesn't care about the money. He never has. This is about being happy. Finding someone who is your best friend. He doesn't want to wait any longer."

Our firm is committed to providing high quality legal support and guidance to each of our clients. We will work with you and your future spouse to draft an agreement that is specifically tailored to your unique situation. Contact us to speak with a skilled, experienced attorney. Call toll-free: 866-765-0706.

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