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Living with your partner before any marriage plans. Pro's and Cons.
Cons: if the woman doesn't own the house, she usually ends up doing worse financially if it ends in a breakup. If there's a marriage she's entitled to half the assets she helped support. If there's no marriage she is out on the street with no place to stay, and much of what she spent her money on (typically women spend more on things like towels for the bathroom or room decor) cannot be liquidated or returned to her.
Pro's: both partners get to know more each other, if you end breaking up, hassle free either he packs up or you pack up, it depends who owns the house.
Con's: personally as a woman, i don't go for it. it will leave an impression to women, especially to the male society, as trash, if the partners don't end up together. But don't get me wrong i don't condemn this kind of relationships especially the women, because i believe that every woman who enters a relationship are true, honest and sincere and who wants anyway a failed relationship. it is the men who are not true, honest, sincere or maybe just one of their macho effect.
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