All this and the Arkansas attorney who ran an ad titled,
"Update your Prenup!"
got us thinking.
We reasoned if we constantly updated our prenup, when could it ever turn into, you know, a marriage?
At some point we concluded it just made sense for prenups to have a termination date.
Jane Welch had one and his former wife Jane, an attorney was the smart cookie who signed a pre-nup after it included a termination date. So when she and Jack Welch divorced (he cheated) it was years past the termination date and Jane was set.
Media generally doesn't get pre-nups right, as early media demonstrated with headlines screaming "Pre-nups" and money in Katie Holmes divorce. In fact, only Familylawcourts had accurate coverage found. On the Katie Holmes Divorce page.
Then we got to thinking about bifurcated divorces and confidentiality clauses and what they really mean. Been quoted on that.
“Anyone asking you to sign a confidentiality clause has something to hide. That’s the bottom line of a confidentiality clause. Bad behavior or sliding money around and the injured party is prohibited from talking about it. How is that different than a gag order?"
Something to think about. (Herman Cain knew about that.)