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Liar Liar - Wrong Law
Go to the final courtroom scene Where Fletcher is trying to find a way to win the big case. He discovers that his client was only 17 when she got married..."and in the great state of California no minor can enter into any legal contract without parental consent including...Prenuptial agreement.” Fletcher says the prenuptial agreement is now void because his client was a minor and that she is now entitled to half of the estates. But if that is the case, that means the marriage between the two was not legal either. Therefore his client should be entitled to nothing. Not half of the estates. Pretty big slip up if you ask me.
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Jeremiah on 06-30-2004
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LaSeXXXy1 writes:
This is not a slip up. Fletcher says they had a common law marriage in which she is entitled to half of the marital assets. A common law marriage does not mean they were actually married, just that they lived together for so many years that it acts as a marriage when things are divided.
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JohnDoe writes:
Parental consent, if required, may have been given to the marriage contract even if not given to the pre-nup... this is not a slip-up in my opinion.
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