What do you do to protect your good credit when tying the knot with someone whose credit is a disaster?
A new study of couples living together before marriage indicates a change in the times.
Statistics released from the online legal site “FindLaw” show that March is the top month for divorce filings. One local lawyer who specializes in divorce is not all surprised.
Did everything come up roses for you this Valentine’s Day? Well, for some couples that’s not always the case.
So, does being in a loving relationship improve your life? If you have any doubts, decades of research say the answer is a resounding yes.
A new survey indicates many singles may be looking for love, but not necessarily marriage these days.
It’s a plan driven more by economics than emotions.
Jennifer Johnson of Folsom, Delaware County, marries her fiance Kevin Kebea on Friday.
A new study indicates couples who regularly fight have elevated stress levels that significantly impede the ability of their bodies to heal wounds.
What is the role of companionship as far as our health is concerned? According to several major studies, having companionship can help us at any age.
Wish Upon a Wedding helps couples facing a terminal illness or serious life-altering event plan and enjoy the wedding or vow renewal they have always wanted.
Life and Relationship Coach Jo Ann White preaches “New year, new you.”
There are caffeine-crazed coffee fanatics, and then there are Cliff Ranson and Elizabeth Fischer, the Williamstown couple who were married Tuesday.
According to a report in the American Journal of Epidemiology, when people get married they tend to let themselves go a bit—at least from the standpoint of exercise treadmill tests.
A new study out Thursday showed more and more Americans believe marriage could become optional or even obsolete.