Financial infidelity is not a legal ground for divorce anywhere that I am aware of, but just because it may not be illegal does not make it right. Just because you can do something does not mean you should do it. Let me give you some examples of what … Continue reading
During the holidays, many families struggle with these three questions:
1. Where will we be for the holidays?
2. Who will we be with?
3. How much will we spend?
If a couple is not on the same page with respect to these issues, they tend to face a perfect … Continue reading
Most couples get engaged between November and February each year, and then the wedding planning takes over for another 6-9 months until the big day. During that time, a couple will formulate a guest list that will not only drive the choice of a venue, but also the costs of … Continue reading
Wedding season is upon us, and that means lots of revenue for all the vendors in that industry, which in the DC Area yields about $1.1 Billion a year. Truly, one must admire the amazing collaboration of efforts that make that magical day happen, but looking beyond the big day, … Continue reading
Welcome to wedding season in the DC Area, which according to the Washingtonian Magazine enjoys revenues of over $1 Billion a year thanks to all the brides and grooms that choose to tie the knot here. The average cost for a wedding in the U.S. is about $25,000, although in … Continue reading
During the height of wedding season, I spend a lot of time each week talking to couples not just about matrimonial law and the benefits of having a prenuptial agreement, but also about more practical issues, like the need to set a realistic household budget together and to be open … Continue reading