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Ken Griffin's Lawyers Have Something To Get Off Their Chests

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This goes out to no one in particular; they just want to make certain things clear, in case anyone is getting any ideas about, say, marital assets. Ideas about stuff like that.

Citadel LLC CEO Ken Griffin and his wife, Anne Dias Griffin, who have been separated more than a year, signed a prenuptial agreement a day before their 2003 wedding that Mr. Griffin's attorneys say is “valid, binding and enforceable” as their client proceeds with divorce...The prenup “governs all issues resulting from the parties' marriage, including, but not limited to, maintenance and the division of marital and non-marital property,” the four-page filing states. “Prior to the premarital agreement being executed, both parties were represented by counsel, entered into the premarital agreement freely and voluntarily, and each party made a full disclosure of their assets and liabilities. The premarital agreement is valid, binding and enforceable upon the parties in every respect.”

Ken Griffin says prenup is 'valid, binding, enforceable' [Chicago Business]

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