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    Default So I am getting married.

    This is no spur of the moment sankette thing, I have talked to her daily and visited her every two months for the last four years. I have done my research by having the PI that is on here run a background on her. She has agreed to sign a prenup and I am having a lawyer work on that now. The wedding will be in Santiago at the end of January. Now I need to find a venue and a planner there.
    She is from a family that are banana farmers in the mountains between SFM and Nagua. She is an engineering student who runs some machines in a textile factory. My parents have met her and approved of her.
    Last edited by Trainman33; 07-24-2011 at 02:02 AM.

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    Thumbs up

    Congrats

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    Congrats...someone correct me if I'm wrong, but AFAIK there's no such thing as a prenup in The DR...you're married, she gets half.

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    No, I checked with Mr. Guzman and there is one.

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    There are many ways to keep finances separated in a marriage..

    Sr Guzman should know about them.

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    Well done Trainman, at least if you are one of the ones that has to marry you are doing it the right way ( those that will judge you for hiring a P.I. and so showing signs of no trust are the same ones that would bash you for getting done over and not hiring a P.I. so fkuc em). I didn't get the impression from what I have read of you that you were so confident to beable to make that move just yet, still asking advice n all, not actually spent longer than a couple of weeks stint with her (****, you have a lot to learn, and you will) but hey, you only live once and if your stash is protected then enjoy it.
    All the best, good luck and have a happy future together!

    P.S. if this is a wind up, then well done!

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    send foto

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    Will you live in Santiago??

    SHALENA

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    Good luck Trainman. I hope everything works out for the best and the 2 of you have a great marriage.

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    I have to hope for the best and *gulp*, prepare for the worst. He has done some due diligence, which is good. And, like a poster above has said, if his stash is protected, that is good. A civil ceremony should be fairly simple.

    However:
    1) Machinery operator in free zone = seamstress in a factory
    2) Engineering student = maybe part time in some third or fourth rate place
    3) Parents have banana farm between SFM and Nagua = probably very small and probably not bananas but maybe they are. That is not know as one of the nation's banana growing areas.

    I like this guy, and he is almost Quixote in his search for love and companionship...so go forth young man, go forth.

    Blessings, I hope, from

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