Going from two to one sounds like a good idea. After all, there’s no trouble in simplifying, right? Well, only if you forget about the paperwork that comes with it. Rebecca Korach Woan, president... Read More
It’s a misconception that half of all marriages end in divorce. In fact, the divorce rate has recently reached a 40 year low. So why, with this decrease in divorces, are more millennials getting... Read More
You probably know by now that marriage is a pretty big deal.
And just like any other major life decision, whether it’s taking the bar exam or buying a house, being prepared is always the best... Read More
According to Brides American Wedding Study, the average cost of a wedding in 2016 was $26,522 — a huge sum for an average bride and groom to afford. Even if your budget is nowhere near that, you... Read More
Wedding vows are written, invitations are sent, and it’s just about go time. In the midst of all the planning, though, you may have overlooked some important, albeit less fun tasks, like getting... Read More
Weddings are a big celebration, and rightfully so, but they also cost a pretty penny.
In fact, 86 percent of Americans feel that the average wedding ($30,000 in 2015) is too expensive according to... Read More
While many brides opt to take their husbands' surnames upon tying the knot, over the years the popularity of such a decision has ebbed and flowed. Recent years have suggested the practice is once... Read More
Getting married means accepting change and combining two lives into one. After tying the knot, certain decisions and discussions are easier than others. Conversations about money may be one of the... Read More