George Clooney Divorce: Amal Alamuddin Refused To Sign Prenup – Lawyer Gets Half Of Clooney’s Money If They Break Up
George Clooney’s divorce rumors have been floating around for months now. The actor hasn’t even been married to his new wife Amal Alamuddin for a year – and word on the internet is that the couple is already on a fast-track to a divorce. Amal and George Clooney tied the knot in 2014 after the shortest courtship and engagement ever, skeptics were certain that they had moved too fast…and it looks like that is exactly the case.
But, what happens if George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin do get a divorce? Alamuddin is a London based human rights attorney – so everyone just assumed that she and George Clooney had some sort of iron-clad prenup to protect their assets. According to the latest edition of Star Magazine, there actually is NO prenup though. A source close to the couple dished to Star that Amal refused to sign the prenup, and George was in such a hurry to marry her in Italy that they went ahead with the ceremony, even though there was no prenuptial agreement in place.
Sure Amal Alamuddin is a successful attorney, but no money she had ever dreamt of making could be compared to the lavish lifestyle she is living now that she is Mrs. George Clooney. And, if she and George do get a divorce, which everyone seems to think they will, Amal Alamuddin will walk away from their short marriage with half of everything that George Clooney has earned since they tied the knot in Italy in 2014.
If George Clooney’s marriage is going to go belly up, he might want to just file the divorce papers now and get out while he can – before he earns any more money and Amal Alamuddin makes enough off their separation to purchase a small island.
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