Planning a wedding can be chaotic – or so I’ve heard.
Make out the guest list.
Book the church.
Order the cake.
Find a band.
Buy divorce insurance -- WTF?!
And you thought the pre-nup conversation was awkward.
Now before all you romantics out there get your panties in a twist, consider this: It’s a fact that half of all marriages end in divorce and, unless you’re one of those wealthy 2% who the Republicans are trying to protect from paying their fair share of taxes, divorce is probably going to bankrupt you or at least put a serious crimp in your lifestyle. I have a family member who is going through it right now and, with her ex-husband currently unemployed, she’s having a helluva time just keeping a roof over their child’s head.
Commitment isn’t what it used to be. “Till death do us part” has become “Till I Can’t Stand The Sight of You,” so really, isn’t it prudent to protect ones self?