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KimYe is officially engaged. Last night, entertainer Kanye West, 36, rented out San Francisco's AT&T park just for the occasion and popped the question to reality-TV starlet Kim Kardashian, 33, in front of many of their friends and family, ABC's "Good Morning America" reports.
Kardashian, who is recently had a baby with West (named "North West"), is certainly no stranger to the spotlight.
But once the media attention fades on the couple's nuptial plans, should they get a prenup? If so, what should it include?
Even celebrities (well, especially celebrities, actually) should consider prenuptial agreements. Otherwise known as premarital agreements, prenups establish a soon-to-be-wed couple's financial and property rights in the event of a divorce.
Admittedly, a prenup sounds incredibly cynical and the furthest thing from romantic, especially during what should be a romantic time. However, the reality is that each spouse's assets should be protected -- especially for wealthy power couples like West and Kardashian.
This especially is a nod to Kardashian, who is no stranger to divorce.
With that said, what should KimYe include in their prenuptial agreement? Here are some key factors that should be considered:
Of course, there are also things that can't be listed in a prenup -- like child custody or alimony waivers. The future Wests should probably consult a family law attorney to ensure that their prenup is proper.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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