A judge has refused to consider whether the prenuptial agreement a couple signed in New York can be applied to their pending divorce in Singapore.

“Adjudication by this court of the validity and enforcement of the Antenuptial Agreement could create inconsistent results with the rulings of a foreign country,” Acting Supreme Court Justice Laura E. Drager (See Profile) wrote in Meng v. Allen, 106291-2010. “All of the issues related to both actions can be resolved in Singapore; the same is not true in New York.”

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