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Heather Mills wins £25m Divorce settlement

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Big J R - You said it, the rest of us thought it, he didn't even bother about a pre nup

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Pre Nups are not legally binding in the UK.

 

I hear Macca is in trouble with the law again, for chinning a gypsy who came up to him and said "Lucky Heather"?

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Originally Posted By: Hookey
Pre Nups are not legally binding in the UK.

I'm not so sure about that, McCartney could and should have got one if he hadn't been so besotted

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It's a fact. Check it out.

 

http://www.weddingguideuk.com/articles/legal/prenuptial.asp

 

It says...

 

Are they legal in the UK?

 

[color:#CC0000]In the United Kingdom, pre-nuptial agreements currently have no legal standing. The divorce courts have the last word in the division of all matrimonial property and would ignore any pre-nuptial agreement if they thought that it was in any way unreasonable to either of the parties involved, particularly regarding to the maintenance and housing of children. For example, regardless of whose name a couple’s property is in, a court may order it to be transferred to the other. This applies to all property that is owned seperately or jointly

 

However, the rules for unmarried couples are quite different and legally binding contracts are enforceable so long as the couple remain unmarried. It is divorce that gives the courts jurisdiction to intervene and make orders. The widespread belief that long standing unmarried couples have rights as common law husband and wife is a myth.[/color]

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She just couldn't wait to spend all that money, could she ????

 

heather-mills.jpg

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Originally Posted By: Greg_Dyke
Originally Posted By: urchin_mentalist

I hate her and her sort


you prefer men ?

applause2 alert alk




No i just prefer women who are not money grabbing whores who marry people for money.
Plus she is a f ucking pig

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Originally Posted By: Rhodes
I can see why men fancy her though


Certainly not me !!

Come the revolution................

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Originally Posted By: Big J R
Certainly not me !!

I have to confess I do, from the waist up that is!

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she is a dog,i bet she looks even worse in the morning.

I want to rip her artificial leg off and smash her on the head until she gives me the money she nicked off sir paul but the police would nick me and bang me up so i guess i can just dream about it.

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Originally Posted By: urchin_mentalist
she is a dog,i bet she looks even worse in the morning.
I want to rip her artificial leg off and smash her on the head until she gives me the money she nicked off sir paul but the police would nick me and bang me up so i guess i can just dream about it.


Wear some sort of balaclava UM, then you'll have the police stumped.

While you are there, you should steal all her left shoes, then she won't be able to hobble after you.


bounce boxing hunk alk

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Originally Posted By: urchin_mentalist
she is a dog,i bet she looks even worse in the morning.
I want to rip her artificial leg off and smash her on the head until she gives me the money she nicked off sir paul but the police would nick me and bang me up so i guess i can just dream about it.
I wouldn't say no to her . Mind you she'd have to be wearing her leg just so it dont put me off . evil

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