How “Real” is your Love? Celebrity Divorce

Anyone with access to tv and the internet probably knows more about the Kardashian clan than they know about their own family. The family has fully broadcasted their ups and downs as well as weddings and divorces on Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality show. Amidst allegations of infidelity and drug abuse, Khloe Kardashian filed for divorce from Lamar Odom over a year ago. According to reports, if Khloe doesn’t take additional action to pursue her case, the Los Angeles Superior Court will consider dismissing the case all together.

While reality TV stars, Khloe and Lamar are not quite ready to divorce, Kris and Bruce Jenner have settled their divorce after 22 years of marriage. Reportedly, Kris has to pay Bruce $2.5 million as an equalizer payment. Kris gets a Rolls-Royce Ghost, a Bentley and a Land Rover. Bruce gets a Porsche 997 Coupe, a Cadillac Escalade and a Harley motorcycle. And according to UsWeekly, the 65-year-old former Olympian has been very free with his cash recently, including a $3.5 million dollar mansion in Malibu. Neither of the Jenners are required to pay spousal support or child support to the other under the terms of their agreement. And while the couple split last year, they have been highlighted in the news once again. Newly added to the Kardashian mix, Bruce Jenner has also recently revealed his struggle with gender dysphoria and Kris has spoken out.

How “Real” is your Love? Celebrity Divorce

Importance of Prenuptial Agreements

Reportedly, no prenup was set in place for Kris and Bruce Jenner but because so many celebrity marriages tend to end in divorce, it just makes sense to enter a premarital agreement for protection. A premarital agreement aka (“prenup” or “prenuptial agreement”) is essentially nothing more than a contract between two people who are thinking about getting married and are viewed as standard and accepted for any marriage in New Jersey. Prenuptial agreements are valid and binding at the date of marriage and cannot be cancelled unless a separate written agreement is signed by both parties. Luckily, most divorces in New Jersey don’t get the press of a celebrity divorce but they can still be complicated with their own unique financial situations. A divorce lawyer is extremely helpful when it comes to helping you through the divorce process.

Consult with an Experienced Family Law Attorney

Divorce can be a stressful time; the lawyers at Villani & DeLuca P.C handle all family law cases, including divorce, in Monmouth County and Ocean County and surrounding areas of New Jersey. Partner, Vincent C. DeLuca limits his practice to the area of family law. He has successfully handled hundreds of divorce matters throughout New Jersey’s family courts. In the event that you are contemplating filing for a divorce, please speak with the divorce attorneys of Villani & DeLuca, to handle your NJ divorce proceeding. Please call 888-389-9533 to schedule your free consultation today!