Most readers in Santa Ana are aware that prenuptial agreements often stipulate the terms for the settlement in case of divorce, including the division of assets and spousal support. What readers may not know is that many of these contracts also include other terms, such as infidelity clauses. As a legal document, failing to meet any of terms could result in the agreement being nullified, which could drastically alter the settlement.
A woman in Dallas has reportedly been fighting to get more out of her divorce than she is owed based on her and her husband’s prenuptial agreement. Instead of getting more, she could wind up getting less. According to reports, a jury recently decided to keep the agreement in place and that she is not entitled to more than the $5 million as stipulated in the prenup. The woman had purportedly claimed that she should get more because her husband had violated the terms of their agreement. Her husband, however, countered with claims that she too had breached the contract. Now, a new hearing has reportedly been set for the summer to determine if the woman is still entitled to the full amount as specified in the prenuptial agreement.