Lawyers said that is hard to prove for publicly-traded companies.
"In an organization of this size, that's not going to happen," Blevans said.
But still, in case of such a clash, it would likely help Zuckerberg that the marriage took place the day after the initial public offering.
"The value of the company is absolutely known," said Dailey. "There's no dispute over it."
If the timing of the marriage so close to the IPO was accidental, "then it was a very nice coincidence," said Blevans.
Image: In this image provided by Facebook, Facebook founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, center, rings the opening bell of the Nasdaq stock market, Friday, May 18, 2012, from Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California.