It is getting more and more difficult to challenge a prenup and have it nullified in court. But can it be done? (Yes.) MainStreet reveals just how tough annulling a prenup can be.
The Web has a lot of bad medical advice. Here are some things to consider when you're surfing for a cure.
Christie Brinkley and Peter Cook saved a lot of money by settling their divorce. Here are some ways the rest of us can significantly reduce divorce costs to as little as $1,000. Here are some alternative strategies.
Drownings are still a problem for young children -- get insurance and be safety-conscious.
Gay marriage is projected to bring California business an additional $1 billion in the next year. Here are some deals that will keep your contributions to that figure to a minimum, while still ensuring an amazing wedding day.
Music is a language we all understand, and some couples are telling their guests that some songs should not be played. Here's MainStreet's 'Do Not Play' list the wedding edition.
With gas prices on the rise and the poor exchange rate between the U.S. dollar and Euro making European travel expensive, places like Niagara Falls are looking attractive to a new generation of honeymooners.
'In sickness and in health' is an easy vow when one partner has great health insurance. With the economy in a funk, is true love trumped? MainStreet investigates: Are 'friends with benefits' marriage material?
Thought finding your soul mate was hard? Try planning a wedding.
Before, a honeymoon was often a couple's first night together. Now, honeymoon firsts usually involve helicopter rides or sit down dinners on a beach. But just because the travel agent suggests it, does not mean you should book it.