Some interesting news out of the Rabbinate of Uruguay: they are now requiring prenups. According to the Times of Israel:
The Rabbinate of Uruguay is requiring Jewish couples marrying under its auspices to sign a rabbinic prenuptial agreement.
Under the agreement, in the case of a couple that is divorcing civilly, the husband must give his wife a divorce under Jewish law, or a get, the South American country’s Rabbinate said Wednesday in a statement.
Chief Rabbi Ben-Tzion Spitz, along with a legal and judicial committee, determined a version that is appropriate under both Jewish and Uruguay laws
Read more here. The Ketubah is more significant, for Jews around the world, by the moment. And it is important how the Ketubah can be used hand-in-hand with a secular equivalent as well.
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