Crazy? Or brilliant? Sure, a weight loss clause in a prenup is demeaning, and a clause that pays bonuses based on the numbers of babies birthed is a bit unfair. But when two intelligent adults come to an agreement on marital expectations, isn't that exactly the point of a prenuptial agreement?
The New York Post recently interviewed a divorce lawyer who described some of the more preposterous provisions of prenups she's put together for clients -- for example, a payout for the wife if the husband cheats, and the wife not being allowed to cut her hair.
One truly absurd prenup sought to force the wife to have an abortion if pregnancy occurred, as the husband was already in his 40s and did not wish to have children, the lawyer told the Post.
Is that even legal?