Moneywalk 194: A Husband’s Gift That Lasts

Moneywalk 194: A Husband’s Gift That Lasts

May 19, 2013 by Randy Parlor  
Published in Marriage

Husbands love your wives like Christ loves the Church and gave His life for her.

What You Should Know by The Fourth Date

What You Should Know by The Fourth Date

July 9, 2011 by sdkendre  
Published in Dating

You can measure the potential of a man with three important pieces of information. The catch? COAXIAL out of it without looking like a total psychopath.
By the time he date four, who often decide to be more serious or get out. And with clever detective work now, you can save yourself problems. "The question is how and what to look for in their answers," says Debbie Magid, Ph.D., author of all good is not. So to avoid wasting time on a dead-end type, find the following.

Getting a Wedding Loan

Getting a Wedding Loan

June 25, 2011 by antoy4u  
Published in Weddings

Weddings are becoming more and more expensive, with the average UK wedding costing well over £15,000. Each year the cost is rising, and people are spending more and more on their weddings. In order to pay for this very special occasion, you might wan…

The Benefits of Marriage

The Benefits of Marriage

February 13, 2011 by Xakousti  
Published in Marriage

The Benefits Out-way Divorce.

Divorce: Principal Financial Considerations

Divorce: Principal Financial Considerations

November 29, 2008 by Ron Fields  
Published in Marriage

The complex financial considerations of divorce can be separate into three main categories: the division of the spouses’ property; support for the non-wage earning or lower-wage earning spouse; and child support. There are two main legal traditions governing divorce in the United States: the equitable distribution and the community property traditions. These two traditions provide different outcomes for divorcing spouses.

Nursing a Sick Child Whilst Working

Nursing a Sick Child Whilst Working

November 13, 2007 by Lynsey Keep  
Published in Motherhood

We all dream of having kids, and allowing this to fit perfectly into our working lives. What happens when things don’t work out exactly to plan?