Binding 'pre-nup' law for couples proposed
The Law Commission published recommendations on 27 February 2014 in relation to the enforceability of marital agreements, and to clarify the law relating to “needs” on divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership.
It believes making pre and post-nuptial agreements legally binding will make it easier for couples to manage their finances after a split.
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