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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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Some clients create what I call "emotional prenups," which are not legally enforceable.
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.
This is not the mother of all prenups, but it's going to have to be pretty close.
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.
The Law Commission, a statutory independent body that advises on law reform, recently called for prenups to be legally binding in divorce settlements.
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.
Justin Creed, partner in the family law team at Leamington-based Wright Hassall, believes the Supreme Court ruling in the high-profile Radmacher v Granatino case means Parliament would still need to enact legislation for prenups to become legally binding as part of UK law.
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.
Andrejev now fully understands why prenups are necessary.
Luckily, it worked out fairly amicably but I guess it should have taught me that prenups and the like are a sensible avenue to go down.
When it comes to prenups for medical device businesses, it's better to have them and not need them than to need it and not have it.