It is fair to say that we are living through a time of uncertainty. The pound has fallen against the dollar following the resignation of Prime Minister Liz Truss. Alongside a cost of living crisis and the sharp rise of inflation, the economic landscape of the UK is rather bleak.
If parties have had independent advice (as they always should) then it is very likely that the Scottish Court will respect the prenups and enforce their terms.
The starting point in Scots Law is that pre-nuptial agreements are generally accepted as being “legally binding” (or, more accurately “enforceable by the court”).