Now that Kris and Bruce Jenner are ending their marriage, the biggest question that remains is who is entitled to what. According to New York Daily News on Wednesday, the separated couple never signed a prenup, leaving a $125 million fortune at stake.
Bruce, 63, had most of the fortune when the couple married in 1991, having won a Decathlon gold medal during the 1976 Montreal Olympics. He also scored big with his popular Wheaties endorsement.
Meanwhile, Kris, 57, rests at the top of the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" entertainment franchise. She manages all of her children's careers and brings in 10 percent of all deals she negotiates for them.
Despite the separation, Kris and Bruce told a source that they will "always have love for each other" and their family will remain their "number one priority". Still, it's hard to ignore the amount of money on the line, as a divorce lawyer claims that Bruce could get aggressive and turn the divorce into a bitter feud. New York divorce lawyer Steven J. Eisman gave his professional opinion regarding Bruce:
My understanding is that he’s subjugated himself and his career – his motivational speaking, training and aviation business – to be the stay at home dad for the two children they had together. If he takes the position that he stopped pursuing his career because they had an agreement he was going to watch these kids, that would give him a good claim for alimony and the need to support the lifestyle they enjoyed together.
Even with the large fortune at stake, there's no guarantee that the divorce could get messy. It's just as likely that Kris and Bruce will continue to be best friends and take care of their family. However, with the fortune on the line, Kris and Bruce may wish they signed a prenup like Kloe and Lamar did. That divorce should go smooth for sure.