Calista Flockhart, 45, and Harrison Ford, 67, tied the knot on June 15, 2010.  The couple has been dating for eight years, engaged for 16 months.  The actors exchanged vows in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the official residence of New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and wife Barbara.  The ceremony was performed by Governor Richardson under the legal supervision of New Mexico’s Chief Justice, Charles W. Daniels, who officially declared the couple legally wed.  Full Story: abc news

Nothing can kill romance faster than the word prenup. But with about one in three of all first marriages ending in divorce, and 50 percent of second or third marriages ending in divorce, a prenuptial agreement is smart financial planning, legal and financial experts say.  In essence, prenuptial agreement is a contract between two people about to wed that spells out how assets will be distributed in the event of divorce or death.  It is important to consult with an attorney if you wish to draw up a prenuptial agreement. It is vital to consult with an attorney in the event you are given a prenuptial agreement.  Often times, the agreement is filled with legal jargon that is difficult to understand, and the non-initiating spouse may not fully understand what he or she is signing.  Like all contracts, a prenuptial agreement is fully enforceable.  However, the agreement may be declared invalid if signed under duress, coercion, or undue influence.  It is unknown whether Ford and Flockhart entered into a prenuptial agreement.

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