Speculation has been rampant over the future relationship between Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump as the property tycoon wrapped up his four-year tenure at the White House, with sources citing numerous reported instances of ‘frosty’ moments between the couple.
Melania Trump could receive a payment of up to $50 million and be awarded custody of her teenage son Barron, 14, if she divorces her husband, ex-President Donald Trump, top lawyers are cited as saying by the Mirror.
Speculation has always been rife over the marital arrangement between the couple, with many wondering about the nature of their prenup, and if it got renegotiated during Donald Trump’s first presidential campaign, or after he won the presidency in 2016.
If Melania Trump were to remain in the marriage for a long time after exiting the White House, she could renegotiate her prenup again, believes New York divorce lawyer Jacqueline Newman.
Furthermore a pre-marital financial agreement could include penalty clauses for misbehaviour, said London divorce lawyer Janette Johnson, in reference to the ex-president’s alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels.
Donald Trump and the former First Lady Melania Trump moved back to the property tycoon’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida as Democrat Joe Biden was sworn in on 20 January as America’s 46th president.
As the couple disembarked Air Force One at Palm Beach’s airport, the ex-FLOTUS seemed particularly stone-faced, dismissing the cameras and…