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What happens to your engagement ring if the wedding doesn't happen?

When a marriage proposal is made those words and that gesture are often accompanied by an engagement ring. The cost to purchase that engagement ring can be substantial and is an investment no matter ...
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How can I change my name in Texas when I am getting Married or Divorced?

This article addresses the steps to take in order to change your name when you are getting married in Harris and Montgomery County in Texas. Marriage When a name change is part of a marriage, the ...
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I DO NOT!!! Who keeps the engagement or wedding ring when the relationship ends in Texas?

The answer to who gets to keep the engagement or wedding ring in Texas after the relationship ends depends on the facts of the case. Engagement ring An engagement ring is considered a ...
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