Definition of "pre-dup"
  1. A contract similar to a prenuptial agreement, established for domestic partners in states that permit it
How to use "pre-dup" in a sentence
  1. John and Mark decided to get a pre-dup before moving in together.
  2. A pre-dup was drafted to ensure fairness in asset division should their partnership end.
  3. Considering their financial circumstances, it was wise to have a pre-dup drawn up.

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