Extreme prenups seem to be more and more common among the New York City elite, adding almost a sense of giddiness and creativity to their requests. Some examples include forced abortions in the case of pregnancy, no piano playing while the spouse is home and no allowance if four home cooked meals aren’t made weekly.
New York celebrity-divorce lawyer Nancy Chemtob is used to getting eccentric requests from her well-heeled clientele. But even she was taken aback when a bride-to-be demanded compensation for sex in the prenup she was drafting.
Trying to get this clause in “was the wife saying this is how she wants something back,” recalls Chemtob, who handled Michael Douglas’ high-profile divorce from his former wife Diandra.