Not just for the super rich, the demand for pre-nuptial agreements is growing and the contracts are becoming more common with younger professionals.
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Pre-nuptial agreements are not currently binding in English law however, they can be of significant value and can be taken into account by the courts should there be a dispute during the course of a subsequent divorce.
In the case of Crossley v Crossley there was an appeal following the court refusing a wife full financial disclosure on the basis that a pre-nuptial agreement had been signed. This was a short childless marriage and the agreement had stated that neither party would bring any application for financial provision should their marriage break down. The appeal was dismissed. This judgment has added weight to the benefit of Pre-nuptial agreements, leading Susan Crossley to drop her claim to her husband's £45 million fortune.
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