Definition of prenuptial
: made or occurring before marriage a prenuptial party
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To avoid post-divorce legal squabbles over student debt, couples can create a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement.
HB 4751: Clarify the enforceability of prenuptial agreements.
According to documents, Blige argued that the couple’s prenuptial agreement waived any spousal support.
Brennan and Robin say Callau made no complaints about the prenuptial agreement or the estate plan at that time.
Prenuptial agreements aren’t just for the ultrawealthy or for celebrities.
His first prenuptial agreement was penned by mob lawyer, Senator Joseph McCarthy acolyte and Richard Nixon ally Roy Cohn.
She had been summoned to a lunch meeting with her husband-to-be and his lawyer to review a prenuptial agreement.
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