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JPC Law - Matrimonial & Family: Recent developments on Prenuptial Agreements by Keith Maynard

Wed 19 Mar 2014

JPC Law - Matrimonial & Family: Recent developments on Prenuptial Agreements by Keith Maynard

The case of Luckwell v Limata in late February 2014, provides a reminder that Prenuptial Agreements are vulnerable to having less weight attributed to them where one party’s financial needs are not envisaged and provided for in the Agreement.

This recent development follows the Supreme Court Decision in Radmacher v Granatino in October 2010 where the Court deemed they would uphold a Prenuptial Agreement that is freely entered into by both parties with full appreciation of its implications, unless in the circumstances it would not be fair to do so.

For further information, please read our newsletter on the subject or contact Keith Maynard of JPC Law

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