Alan Thicke's Widow Is Claiming Her Prenup Is Invalid Son's Are Taking Her To Court

 

Five months after Alan Thicke’s death, his two oldest sons are taking the late actor’s widow to court. 

Court documents were filed yesterday in L.A. County, where Brennan and Robin Thicke claim their dad’s widow, Tanya Callau, is saying that the prenup agreement she signed in 2005 is invalid.

Brennan and Robin were named co-trustees of their father’s living trust, just one month before his death. 

The two brothers say that Callau did not make any complaints about the estate or prenup at that time. 

Thicke died unexpectedly last December, and left each of his sons “equal shares of a ranch, 75 percent of his personal effects and 60 percent of his remaining estate. Callau was left the ranch’s furnishings, 25 percent of his personal effects, a $500,000 life insurance policy, all of his death benefits from pensions and union memberships and 40 percent of his remaining estate.” 

 

The document said she was also permitted her to live on the ranch if she maintained the property and paid for its expenses.

But since her husband passed away, Callau is now claiming that the prenup she signed over 10 years ago is invalid. 

 

The court document says, “Now that Alan is dead, Tanya claims there are numerous problems with the Trust and the Prenuptial Agreement.”The document says that Tanya also claims she had to forego opportunities to pursue and advance her own career in order to support Alan and be his companion and partner, including raising Carter.

Source: People

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