Chelsea Clinton’s Cheat-Proof Prenup (we love it)

Chelsea Clinton’s Cheat-Proof Prenup (we love it)

(From Maggie Kaminer) Lawyers point out that most of these so-called lifestyle clauses are hard to enforce, because what court is going to get involved in a dispute over weight, or whether someone refused to do it doggie style. But cheating may have more traction. “I don’t see why it wouldn’t be enforceable and valid if brought up before a court, as long as you can prove it, says Maggie Kaminer, a New York City matrimonial lawyer, who by the way, will be my lawyer, next time I get divorced. (Her firm consists of three mom-attorneys who went out on their own so they’d have more flexibility to raise their young kids. Way cool.)

By Liz Brody | Yahoo | Work + Money – Fri, Apr 30, 2010