Imagine if your wedding was fake.
And what’s more; imagine if your spouse staged it for attention…
A hairstylist says his ‘wife’ faked their wedding.
William Jordan Blackmore filed a suit in a Brooklyn federal court as a result of this.
This is because his ‘wife’, Andy Potamkin, apparently ‘set up’ the $1 million dollar exercise.
Blackmore and Potamkin hosted their 2015 ‘wedding’ in the Utah desert.
As well as spending a lot of money on their wedding, the couple’s wedding lasted for four days.
However, the couple are now trying to legalise their wedding.
They are trying to gain a financial settlement and, of course, end the marriage.
Furthermore; Blackmore only just realised that he wasn’t officially married to his wife.
He only discovered this information when she ended things with him last year.
What can’t a prenuptial agreement include?
-anything illegal/against “public policy”
-eg. making sure that children’s rights stay under court control
-likewise, you cannot deal against your current/future children’s rights
-similarly, you cannot create agreements penalising spouses for marriage “fault”
Divorce is a really complicated emotional, and legal, procedure.
Call Vincent Miller on (213) 948-5702 for expert advice, in the event of divorce.