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"And it's partly about whether/when my partner and I could get away (financially) with getting married. "


Getting married is the easy part.
Staying married through the later ages 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and possibly beyond is trickier.
When one partner needs additional care - when one partner might not remember all the
things you might expect - when one partner needs assistance.

from my perspective, married life is great - even with the the issues and concerns that come with
the life. But be prepared - the finances are not the major part of a marriage.

The caring and friendship - the talking and sometimes shouting - the feelings are the critical thing.

Not the answer you might want.
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