> In a message dated 5/18/06 2:36:57 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
> Apparently she offered to sign one, and he said no.
> But I don't quite understand the buzz about how much
> money he's going to lose. Is she suing him? They've
> said the separation is amicable. Why does everybody
> assume she's going to take him for as much as she can
> On the other hand, he's rolling in dough. Even if she
> took half, he'd still be fabulously wealthy.
> Judy I was just going by the headline on AOL as I signed on. It's
> just a possibility. It doesn't look like there will be a big battle
> for loot at this time.
I hope not. But I've run into the notion that
she's going to take the money and run a whole
bunch of times now. I was wondering if there was
some *law* in the UK that she had to get a
particular amount if there wasn't a prenup. I
don't think there is in the U.S.
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