Will Kobe Bryant Lose Millions?


Premarital agreements are not only for the wealthy. Kobe Bryant was not wealthy when he got married. Even if he had been, it may have been that the topic of premarital agreements was pretty low on the priority list of fun wedding discussions. Young lovebirds like Kobe and Vanessa would prefer to have focused on building a life together rather than on contemplating a divorce or death. It can be difficult and uncomfortable to bring up such a conversation. Nonetheless, no one knows what the future holds, rendering it a prudent decision to execute a premarital agreement even in the absence of high incomes or assets at the time of marriage.

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