A 2010 law requiring palimony agreements to be in writing to be enforceable applies only prospectively, a state appeals court ruled Thursday, resolving conflicting trial court decisions.

Nothing in the plain language or legislative history of the amendment to the Statute of Frauds suggests an intent to apply it retroactively, the court said in Botis v. Estate of Kudrick, A-5562-09.

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