Adele and Husband to Separate

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Adele and husband Simon Konecki wed in 2016. After 3 years of marriage, Adele announced she is separating from her husband.

It has been reported that the couple did not sign a prenuptial agreement before tying the knot. They have a 6-year-old son together.

After staying silent on social media for the weeks following the announcement, Adele broke her silence by posting a funny meme of herself seemingly addressing the break up on social media. The meme includes a photo of her crying on the left, a photo of her pointing to the camera on the right, and a caption that reads “When you catch yourself in your feelings then you remember who you are”. We’re glad she is holding onto her sense of humor during this difficult time!

California is a community property state, which means that all community property is generally divided equally between the two spouses. Each spouse is still able to keep all separate property and property acquired before the marriage. Not all states are community property states, so if they choose to file in California, the pair will have to equally split all assets acquired since the marriage began in 2016.

Prenuptial agreements are legally binding agreements that specify what happens if a pair were to divorce. For example, a prenuptial agreement can protect family businesses, protect a person from the other person’s debts, lay out how property should be distributed upon divorce, along with retirement benefits, and much more.

Prenuptial agreements are meant to address financial issues and should not include private matters.

Each spouse should have their own family law attorney read and review the prenuptial agreement before signing. An error could cost you later.

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