bb_013011_inside.jpgCouples usually come down with a serious case of "betrothal-high" following their engagement. Next thing they know, the preparations begin: they plan logistics, try to execute ideas, and employ money-saving techniques. They continue to thrive in the elation. Still, as the adage goes, "the wedding may be over, but the marriage just started"--and it is after the wedding that the real work begins.

Relationship experts report that too many couples fail to ask each other critical questions before tying the knot. Marriage is a real commitment to your loved one, and as in any relationship, goals and expectations must be discussed with your partner to ensure harmony and longevity.

We've gathered some common questions that you should consider answering with your future spouse:


1. ALL ABOUT CHILDREN

Do we intend to have kids? If yes, how many? Who will be the primary care giver?


2. MONEY MATTERS

Have either of you incurred debt before marriage? If so, can it be settled before getting hitched? Once married, who will handle the money?


3. STARTING A HOME

Where will we live? Will we live with extended family or vise versa?


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