Starting on the right foot.
Grant and Abigail were dating for three years, and then they got engaged. They’ve been planning their dream wedding at their local church, and will tie the knot in six months.
Since their engagement, a lot of big questions have come up. How will they handle finances? When, if ever, will they have kids? What will they invest in? Where should they move to?
Suddenly, planning a wedding has led to planning for things years into the future, and they want to make sure they do it right. They asked some of their other married friends what they did to prepare, and a majority of them recommended premarital counseling.
Premarital counseling is a great way to learn effective communication strategies to help you address topics that are important to maintaining a lasting marriage. By planning ahead, you’re laying down a strong foundation that you and your partner can continue to build upon for the rest of your lives.
Topics include but aren't limited to:
A note regarding health insurance