- n. A prenuptial agreement.
“As far as his wife, the fact that the prenup is being amended just makes her look like the head digger.”
“And I'm getting T-shirts made with the word 'prenup' written across the chest.”
“If the prenup is signed too close to the wedding day, a divorce court judge will interpret that one of the parties was pressured into signing.”
“HAMMER: And if you heard the word prenup mentioned at all in the last couple of days, guys.”
“So you see, the prenup was my way of trying to protect myself.”
“Going through the process of reaching agreement on financial issues in a prenup is an exercise in honesty, transparency and mutual respect -- all qualities necessary in a successful marriage.”
“The prenup is a contract between two people who are about to wed that spells out how assets will be distributed in the event of divorce or death.”
“Many rich men have been burned by greedy women, and the prenup is a good way to put them at ease about that particular issue.”
“ANDERSON: A.J., we can also tell you this, while K-Fed no doubt has big dollar signs in his eyes, there is a little thing called a prenup that just may get in the way.”
“But they say a lot of times, women are actually buying these tests and using them surreptitiously on their partners, sort of a prenup was the term actually used.”
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