- a prenuptial agreement.
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Examples from the Web for prenup
Moulding is currently helping a divorcing couple work through the conditions of a prenup they wrote before DOMA was reversed.The Gay Divorce Trap: When Same-Sex Marriage Goes Wrong
September 30, 2013
A prenup, if they signed one, would clarify matters further and could shield them from the communal-property laws.
Prenup or no, this does not seem like a union headed for a tabloid demise.
The Berlusconis reportedly did not sign a prenup when they married in 1990, 10 years after they met.Basta! Berlusconi's Wife Bails
Barbie Latza Nadeau
May 4, 2009
- informal a prenuptial agreement
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Word Origin and History for prenup
by 1988 as a shortening of prenuptial agreement (see prenuptial).
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