Under certain circumstances, expectations are hard to measure! 😉
It is acceptable for some partners to add their both incomes together; for others it is unacceptable.
It all depends on how you imagine your future under any binding agreement, bc if you later on felt that there was some kind of unfairness, it may cause a problem.
While some married couples do not share financial commitment together probably for good reasons, others would see that it is beneficial.
As you know, money issues are not always simple to solve, and this is why you should choose a comfortable path to use without worries.
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