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pre·nup

 (prē′nŭp′)
n. Informal
A prenuptial agreement.

prenup

(ˈpriːˌnʌp)
n
(Law) informal a prenuptial agreement
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Even ordinary folks without prenups, though, should think about how to protect their money if something goes wrong.
We exchanged vows, and we've swear [sic] everything, and we've signed all the papers that we needed to sign, prenups and everything," he told E
Harry will be guided by his father, the Prince of Wales and his brother - neither had prenups," Kim Aucott told (http://www.
Beyond such situations, prenups may be adopted by other about-to-be-weds.
People think of prenups as a way to keep a gold-digging future spouse away from their money, but I try to reclaim the concept of prenuptial agreements for romance.
Forty-six percent had noted a rise in women initiating requests for prenups.
The Law Commission, a statutory independent body that advises on law reform, recently called for prenups to be legally binding in divorce settlements.
Campaigners against prenups argue that taking time to sort out which of our worldly goods are ours and stay ours in the event of a subsequent divorce is a bad idea.
I feel that there would need to be a cultural shift in order for prenups to become commonly used, as it is currently viewed negatively.
According to the solicitors polled, there has also been a shift in the age of people requesting prenups, with more than half (55%) stating that couples who approach them for the agreements are getting younger.
Prenups can be useful for couples of any financial means because they are an important part of the wider need for thoughtful planning when couples decide to marry.
Nicolas, 38, went to the Supreme Court to overturn the ruling, arguing that prenups had no status in England But judges ruled eight to one that in the right case they can have "decisive or compelling weight.