One of the downsides of being an attorney is that if you get divorced and litigate the case, the details of your personal life -- or at least your financial life, and well as your interactions with your spouse concerning these matters -- may be set forth in a publication read by your colleages. For example, the printed pages of the California Appellate Reports.
Such is the life of Sherman & Sterling attorney Jeffrey Facter.
So be good to your spouse. Even if, as here, you have a prenup.