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Kurt Rappaport accuses wife in high asset divorce

Celebrity realtor Kurt Rappaport is currently entangled in a contentious court battle with former Guess model, Sarah Mutch. The pair are navigating a high asset divorce for which they apparently prepared for before marriage by signing a prenuptial agreement. The agreement states that Mutch is entitled to receive $45,000 per month in spousal support for an amount of time equal to half the duration of the couple's marriage. Kansas residents facing similar issues may want to follow this case.

In this particular situation, the claimed spousal support period equates to eight months. Mutch says she needs every penny because she sacrificed her successful modeling career to support her husband in his business endeavors and to help take care of his three children. Those who are close to Mutch say an argument over Rappaport's refusal to have children with her may have prompted her to file for divorce. Mutch has also accused Rappaport of emotional abuse. 

Rappaport says it is Mutch who was abusive in their marriage. He filed a police report claiming she was physically violent. He also asserts that she is lying in order to extort money from him. 

A Kansas judge is often tasked with determining which spouse is telling the truth in a high asset divorce case where conflicting allegations are being made from both sides. An experienced family law attorney can act on behalf of a concerned spouse to protect his or her interests, especially when it appears the other side is trying to beat the system or avoid paying alimony if a valid prenuptial agreement is applicable. The court does not look favorably on spouses who lie and, in fact, can hold someone in contempt of court if circumstances warrant.

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