Celebrity Divorce Attorneys Release Revised Edition of Prenuptial Agreement Book

New Version Includes Domestic Partnership Information and Fascinating

Prenuptial Clauses of the Rich, Famous and Eccentric



Aug 21, 2006, 01:00 ET from Nachshin and Weston

    LOS ANGELES, Aug. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Scott Weston and Robert Nachshin,
 celebrity divorce attorneys, best known for their precedent-setting win in
 the Barry Bonds prenuptial case, announced today that they have issued a
 second edition of "I Do, You Do ... But Just Sign Here: A Quick and Easy
 Guide to Cohabitation, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements" (ExecuProv
 Press), according to Scott Weston, partner at Nachshin & Weston in West Los
 Angeles.
     The book has served as a comprehensive, layperson's guide in helping
 those who live together, who are contemplating marriage or who have been
 married, understand the intricacies of marital agreements. The new version
 includes the most up-to-date information on domestic partnerships and what
 individuals entering into those arrangements should know. "Domestic
 partnerships are viewed similarly to marital partnerships." Weston
 explains, "However, many people entering into them don't realize the
 serious legal consequences if and when those partnerships dissolve. It's
 important that such couples protect their interests and assets."
     In the new edition, without naming names, authors Nachshin & Weston
 also share some of the outlandish clauses many of the rich, famous and
 eccentric couples insist upon in their agreements. "Not all the
 stipulations we share with the reader in this new book chapter are from our
 clients exclusively," Weston says, "they have come to us from other sources
 as well." Weston says readers of the book's first edition, including media
 sources, had queried both Weston and Nachshin repeatedly, asking for such
 information.
     Family Law Specialists and LA Superlawyers, Scott Weston and Robert
 Nachshin, represent celebrities and high net worth type individuals in
 sports, music, film and television. Their client roster includes rapper
 Snoop Dog (Calvin Brodeus), Walt Disney Corporation's CEO, Robert Iger, pop
 idol singer/actor David Cassidy, screenwriter and author Terry McMillan,
 light middleweight champ, Oscar de la Hoya, Alana Stewart and Sheree Smith,
 former wives of Rod Stewart and Will Smith, respectively; the late country
 legend Buck Owens, baseball greats Gary Sheffield and Bret Saberhagen,
 among others.
     The book is now available at all major bookstore outlets including
 Barnes & Noble, Borders and Amazon.com.
     For more information on Robert Nachshin and Scott Weston, visit
 www.nwdivorce.com.
 
 

SOURCE Nachshin and Weston
    LOS ANGELES, Aug. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Scott Weston and Robert Nachshin,
 celebrity divorce attorneys, best known for their precedent-setting win in
 the Barry Bonds prenuptial case, announced today that they have issued a
 second edition of "I Do, You Do ... But Just Sign Here: A Quick and Easy
 Guide to Cohabitation, Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements" (ExecuProv
 Press), according to Scott Weston, partner at Nachshin & Weston in West Los
 Angeles.
     The book has served as a comprehensive, layperson's guide in helping
 those who live together, who are contemplating marriage or who have been
 married, understand the intricacies of marital agreements. The new version
 includes the most up-to-date information on domestic partnerships and what
 individuals entering into those arrangements should know. "Domestic
 partnerships are viewed similarly to marital partnerships." Weston
 explains, "However, many people entering into them don't realize the
 serious legal consequences if and when those partnerships dissolve. It's
 important that such couples protect their interests and assets."
     In the new edition, without naming names, authors Nachshin & Weston
 also share some of the outlandish clauses many of the rich, famous and
 eccentric couples insist upon in their agreements. "Not all the
 stipulations we share with the reader in this new book chapter are from our
 clients exclusively," Weston says, "they have come to us from other sources
 as well." Weston says readers of the book's first edition, including media
 sources, had queried both Weston and Nachshin repeatedly, asking for such
 information.
     Family Law Specialists and LA Superlawyers, Scott Weston and Robert
 Nachshin, represent celebrities and high net worth type individuals in
 sports, music, film and television. Their client roster includes rapper
 Snoop Dog (Calvin Brodeus), Walt Disney Corporation's CEO, Robert Iger, pop
 idol singer/actor David Cassidy, screenwriter and author Terry McMillan,
 light middleweight champ, Oscar de la Hoya, Alana Stewart and Sheree Smith,
 former wives of Rod Stewart and Will Smith, respectively; the late country
 legend Buck Owens, baseball greats Gary Sheffield and Bret Saberhagen,
 among others.
     The book is now available at all major bookstore outlets including
 Barnes & Noble, Borders and Amazon.com.
     For more information on Robert Nachshin and Scott Weston, visit
 www.nwdivorce.com.
 
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