The leading case on prenuptial agreements is the Supreme Court decision in Radmacher (formerly Granatino) v Granatino [2011] 1 All ER 373 which established that, provided the prenuptial agreement is fair to both parties and subject to certain safeguards then, in the main, a court should be slow to interfere with the details of the agreement. The case of Z v Z followed Radmacher and involved the Family Division considering that it would not be unfair to uphold, within subsequent financial proceedings issued by the wife, a French marital contract entered into prior to the marriage.