A new survey, aimed toward taking a look at masculinity in 2013, has found that the stereotype of men fearing committed relationships may not be true.
Wedding season is upon us. So who gets to keep the ring if the groom doesn’t walk down the aisle?
What does the law say about marrying a relative?
Until the divorce is final, under US law in 49 out of 50 states, you can’t cut a spouse out of your will.
You can Google “romantic proposals” and come up with a gazillion ideas for how to propose. But what you need to think about isn’t how to pop the question, but what question are you popping?
A southwestern Pennsylvania couple has died hours apart after 65 years of marriage.
In a rut in your relationship? The Kahnoodle app helps you and your partner shake up your routine.
What happens if someone has written a will and THEN gets married but doesn’t change his will before he dies? Let’s use Davey Jones as an example.
We’re in the thick of wedding season these days, but if you’re just starting to plan yours, you might want to give iWedding Deluxe a look.
There are some couples who can’t seem to get through the day without an argument. This could have a serious toll on your health.
The definition of a family has changed from generation to generation.
In this second part of the series, we examine some of the reasons that committed couples raising children choose not to get married.
In part three, we examine unwed parenting and the potential impact on the children involved.
Experts say for couples who have children out of wedlock, there can be benefits — and maybe some unanticipated challenges.
A Connecticut woman recently brought a lawsuit against the caterer at her wedding for intentional infliction of emotional distress because the service fell far short of what was expected. But the Court ruled she had no claim.