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Posted by: Kimmuny | 2011/03/22

Moving inn

Hi,
Have been with my boyfriend for one yr now,we work together,we stay in the same neighbourhood and to say the least as much as everybody has a house,we spend together,monday to sunday in either house.Is it a good idea to just move in togther ,stay in one house,anyway this will enable us save some expenses.
we r planning to get married at one tym if a goes well.advice plz.

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Not a psychiatric or medical question, and there's no Great Right Answer out there, to give you. It depends on a great many specifics about the situation.
Maria admirably outlines the sort of questions you need to discuss together

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011/03/23

Not a psychiatric or medical question, and there's no Great Right Answer out there, to give you. It depends on a great many specifics about the situation.
Maria admirably outlines the sort of questions you need to discuss together

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Posted by: Maria | 2011/03/22

Why are you asking for advice instead of just doing this? Are there question marks in your mind?

If you move in together, in whose house will you live? What will you do with the other person''s house? If you rent it out, will you rent it furnished? Or will that person''s stuff go into storage / be sold? How will the finances work? Should the relationship not work out, will there be an equitable split in terms of whatever money was spent on the house you live in, rent or income from sale of the house you don''t live in, appliances / furniture / home improvements you spent money on together? I suggest you sit down and talk all of this through, then draw up a contract (perhaps even with a lawyer''s input) that will protect both of you if things go wrong. But let''s hope it all goes well and you have a long and happy marriage in the end!

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