High-profile lawyer Ray Rafool, who is representing John Cena's wife Liz Huberdeau in their divorce, recently spoke with Lawyers.com about the case.
Cena signed a prenuptial agreement 16 days before his wedding and the effectiveness of that agreement will determine how much money his ex-wife will get. Rafool said:
"In this case, it appears the preliminary issues will be the interpretation of the prenuptial agreement, the application to the parties' property, assets and income, whether the agreement itself is enforceable or not, which we always consider, and in the mean time addressing the temporary needs of our client in conjunction with and in spite of certain terms of the premarital agreement."
Lawyers.com adds that wrestling fans will have to wait a long time to see what happens in Cena's case. While they cited "irreconcilable differences" in the divorce papers, Rafool says they are keeping the reasons for their divorce under wraps.
"What John has on his mind only John knows, so I can't give you any other reasons. At this time my client is going to maintain everybody's privacy."
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