That legal question is not as easy as it sounds and can depend on what state you live in. Then, there’s the matter of etiquette.
A study from Emory University is saying the bigger the engagement ring the more likely the couple will get divorced. Video provided by Buzz60
Newslook It is one of the most romantic holidays of the year and one of the most popular days for couples to get engaged.
Americans spent an average of $6,163 on engagement rings in 2016, according to The Knot’s 2016 Real Weddings Study. That’s no small chunk of change.
But despite the best of intentions, not all engagements lead to marriage. About a quarter-million engagements don’t end in marriage, according to a 2013 study by The Wedding Report.
In general, a ring is considered a gift. The law requires three elements of gift giving, according to legal information provider Findlaw: The intent to give it as a gift, the actual giving of the gift, and the receiver’s acceptance of the gift. Read more from usatoday.com…
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