Couple's $13m marital assets to be split equally as man's actions differ from prenup terms

In their prenuptial agreement, they had agreed to "protect their separate property from claims from each other if they separate". PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE - A well-heeled couple contested their prenuptial agreement in court after their 16-year marriage broke down.

But while the Family Justice Courts (FJC) gave due consideration to their pact, it had the final say on how the couple's assets were to be divided after the divorce.

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