Wedding planning isn’t just about picking your flowers and playlist. Before walking down the aisle, you and your partner should also make time to talk about some more serious issues, like potential infertility, long-term health, and religion, so that there aren’t any surprises when the dust has settled. Find out what you should start discussing in this post.
If you’ve recently become engaged, be sure to make time for conversations about your future, including where you will live, what your career goals are, and what you will do if your parents ever require live-in care. Find out what questions to ask to navigate these tricky topics in our post.
Your legal relationship status can affect many aspects of your life. Find out what your rights and responsibilities are in this post to see if you know what your relationship means in a legal sense.
There are a variety of factors that can cause a prenuptial agreement to be deemed invalid. In this post, we’ll talk about the types of things that you cannot negotiate in your prenup, and what can cause a prenup to be considered forfeit.