Thanks to an ironclad prenuptial agreement, William Shatner and his fourth wife, Elizabeth, have hashed out an amicable divorce settlement.
The 88-year-old “Star Trek” star is reportedly worth over $100 million and because of that deal, he won’t have to part ways with his lucrative royalties from the hit show or pay spousal support, according to documents obtained by The Blast.
The couple wed in 2001 and share no children together.
A naive of Montreal, he was previously married to Nerine Kidd, Marcy Lafferty and Gloria Rand, with whom he has three kids.
Shatner, who owns a 360-acre farm in Kentucky that breeds American Saddlebred show horses, is best known as Captain James T. Kirk on “Star Trek” on film and television.
The longtime Priceline pitchman also starred as TV’s “T.J. Hooker,” and Denny Crane on David W. Kelly’s “Boston Legal,” which earned him Emmy and Golden Globe awards.