Khloe Kardashian prenup: Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom’s prenuptial agreement is important to many after the couple’s whirlwind wedding last fall.Â Many are wondering how socialite Khloe Kardashian and LA Laker Lamar Odom will split their assets should they ever split up.
With about half of all marriages ending in divorce, it would be silly for both parties – who have substantial earnings in their own rights – to not look at things from a legal perspective.
Not to mention the fact that California is a community property state, meaning that anything acquired during the marriage is divided 50/50 at dissolution in absence of a legal document stating what is and isn’t separate property.
Lamar Odom is betting that his marriage to Khloe Kardashian will last over the long haul, and MyFoxOrlando.com reports that the basketball star has transferred half of the ownership of his $4 million mansion into the name of Khloe Kardashian.
Under community property laws, if the house was acquired before the marriage, Khloe wouldn’t be entitled to the home at dissolution of the marriage – but now, she owns half.
At first, TMZ reported that the couples’ home was Lamar’s sole property, and that should he and Khloe split, she would be given a 30 day notice to vacate the premises.
The New York Daily News reports that Khloe Kardashian wants the following out of her prenuptial agreement with Lamar Odom:
$500,000 for each year they are married
$25,000 per month for general support
$5,000 per month for shopping
$1,000 per month for beauty care
Lakers Courtside tickets for the entire Kardashian Klan
And a new luxury vehicle at the end of every lease cycle.
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