The list author says: "So he's popped the question and you've said yes. Now the fun part - planning the wedding. While I opted for an abridged engagement (only two months from saying yes to saying I do), those of you with stronger stomachs may decide to go the long route and be engaged for a year. Good! And don't forget there is more to getting married than planning a wedding. At least, if you want to make it to your 50 year wedding anniversary.
So to that end, here are my recommendations of the best book to not only plan your wedding, but also your marriage. And yes, one of the books is mine! If you follow my advice your marriage is sure to outlast all your friends!"
"Your number one legal and financial guide to navigating the potentially troubled waters of marrying a divorced man. And if he has kids, this book is required reading. No where else will you find the information revealed in this book about the national child support industry, their motives, and how to get them to play fair."
"What every family needs to know about estate planning. And yes, everyone has an estate. Your choice is how large you want yours to be, and who you want to get it. Also required reading if you want to pick the guardian of your kids. Cause if they're picking a guardian, chances are, you're dead and can't do much about it... unless you plan ahead!"