Once bitten and twice shy, Sandra Bullock is taking no chances on love this time around!
Because of this, the Oscar winner’s pending marriage with photographer Bryan Randall is contingent on his signing a prenuptial agreement.
A prenuptial agreement, or "prenup," is a written contract created by a couple prior to marriage. It typically sets out the property that each person owns, as well as their debts, and details what each person's property rights will be after the marriage.
RadarOnline.com’s recent article, "Sandra Bullock's Prenup Revealed," reports that Sandra had a tough time after splitting up with Jesse. Bryan voluntarily offered to sign a nondisclosure agreement in which he agreed to never publicly discuss the relationship, even if it ends. However, Sandra is also looking for a prenup to protect herself.
Bullock and Randall started discreetly dating in 2015. Even though the actress is head over heels in love, she won’t be blindsided like she was during her toxic marriage to James, which ended in 2010.
The prenup states that if the marriage ends, Bryan must immediately leave Sandra’s mansion and return all keys and remote controls for the garage and gates for all her homes. The prenup also states that all furniture, artwork, and cars belong to Sandra. Any gifts that she buys him are on an inventory list kept by her lawyer and business manager. Bryan can keep those.
Most importantly, the prenup makes it clear that he has no legal rights to her adopted children, son Louis, 8, and daughter Laila, 6.
Bryan hopes Sandra will reconsider the restrictions on her children, said a friend.
Reference: Radar Online (July 27, 2018) "Sandra Bullock's Prenup Revealed"
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