English version

prenuptial agreement

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprenuptial agreementpre‧nup‧tial a‧gree‧ment /priːˌnʌpʃəl əˈɡriːmənt/ (also pre-nup /ˈpriːnʌp/ informal) noun [countable]  a legal document that is written before a man and a woman get married, in which they agree things such as how much money each will get if they divorce
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prenuptial agreementI never negotiated a corporate prenuptial agreement and never received a golden handshake.She said she made sure she had an ironclad prenuptial agreement.With both parties worth many millions of dollars, legal sources said the pair likely has some form of prenuptial agreement.
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