The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has for the first time backed the enforceability of prenuptial agreements in what will be regarded as a landmark ruling for family law.
The closely-watched judgment, issued on Oct. 20, is the first time that the U.K.’s top court has backed the use of a prenuptial agreement in a divorce case.
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