Robert De Niro is an iconic screen star.
And often, with iconic film roles, comes substantial wealth.
However, the reality of the ‘Taxi Driver’ star’s net worth, and the language of his prenuptial agreement, are both contentious matters.
And De Niro’s estranged wife, Grace Hightower, claims he’s worth $500 million and wants her share.
So, a hearing in Manhattan Supreme Court showed that De Niro and Hightower are fighting over the meaning of a 2004 pre-nuptial agreement signed after a previous divorce.
De Niro’s attorney said that the pre-nup terms relate Hightower’s entitlement to a $6 million apartment, $500,000 cash, $1 million per year and half the value of their marital residence.
However, according to Judge Matthew Cooper, De Niro’s estranged wife believes she’s entitled to 50%.
And De Niro filed for divorce from Hightower in December.
Hightower and De Niro’s divorce also involves conflict over the custody of their 7-year-old daughter.
What are the benefits of creating a prenuptial agreement?
- You can gain control over your future financial situation.
- And without one, the California Family Code and Probate Code have control.
- What’s more; you can follow a system of rules agreed upon by you and your fiancé
- And it enables financial communication
- In addition to this, it requires transparency of financial information.
- And they can give a sense of security
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