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If what is meant by "prenuptials" is a guarantee that a new spouse will not be affected by a bankruptcy discharge made by their husband or wife before the marriage, then no there is not such a thing. A spouse is not directly affected by a bankruptcy incurred before marriage by their partner. The exception being the effect it might have on the couple when applying for joint credit.

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