We married for the right reasons. I kind of feel sorry for children of very wealthy parents, brilliant entrepreneurs, celebrities, or double PhDs. Sure, there is a way to get that information but you have to follow social graces and decorum. Far too many people wait until after they get married to hash out that details, usually with disastrous results. Yeah, but a guy could be in massive debt because he just took out a loan to start his own business.
What made us through this and still happily married, stronger than ever and in love?
Should I Ask Someone For Their Credit Score Before Getting Into A Serious Relationship?
I never really pay attention to these. Your metrics have to be: Free apps like Credit Karma and Credit Sesame are often a great place to start. Does your credit merge when you get married? All Rights Reserved. Whether you can help the person or live with what they bring to the table. There's the intro line — some pithy version of Dev's "Going to Whole Foods, want me to pick you up anything?