Prenup Definition

prenup definition
prenup definition
Prenup Definition

What is a prenup?

A prenuptial agreement, also known as a premarital agreement, prenup or antenuptial agreement is essentially a contract between two people before getting marriage or entering into civil union.

The couple decide what content they would like to include in the prenuptial agreement which is usually the division of marital assets especially property, in the event of a divorce or break up of their marriage.

A postnuptial agreement or a postnup is like the prenuptial agreement except that it’s a contract entered into by the couple after the marriage or civil union has taken place.

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