Reacting to the way that Melania Trump quickly strolled away from husband Donald when they arrived in Florida after leaving the White House permanently, the managing partner of a Manhattan law firm said, if a divorce is imminent, the former first lady could walk away with millions.
According to the Mirror, speculation grew rampant about a post-election loss divorce after Melania paused briefly then walked away from the ex-president as he posed for photographers.
"If the former first lady stays in the marriage for a long time after leaving the White House she could renegotiate her prenup again to give her more, said New York divorce lawyer Jacqueline Newman," the report states with attorney saying large sums of money, and even properties, might be involved.
According to the attorney who is the managing partner at the law firm of Berkman Bottger Newman & Rodd. the next twelve months will be worth watching.
"I am guessing that she will receive actual cash payments as well as properties. Should she move back to New York City, he will be providing housing for her, whether it means her retaining a property in her own name or that he will provide her with an apartment to live in, which he would own, until their son is emancipated, which is 21 in New York," she speculated based upon the results of Donald Trump's two previous divorces.
She then added, "She will also retain any assets that are currently in her own name as well. I would not be surprised if the amounts range between $20 million and $50 million."
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