Here are the top signs that your marriage won't work according to the pros. Kathryn Harry, a lawyer at Oakbrook Law, says when one person doesn't share full financial disclosure, issues arise."Often times, when one party finds out that the other party filed for bankruptcy before or during the marriage, it ruins that party's ability to trust in the other party," says Harry.But just for a moment imagine the life that could be yours if you did.Forget the fabulous baubles, designer clothing, cutting-edge electronics and palatial mansions that your golden goose - uh, spouse - might heap upon you."Just as troubling is the spouse who does not freely disclose the amount of bonus money he/she received from his/her employment."Everyone communicates differently, but how a person reacts to a situation that gets them upset, angry, or all-around frustrated is important.
And no more worries about where your children will get into college (or how to pay for it). But how realistic is it for you, an ordinary wage slave with no more ties to the jet set than a business trip to Cleveland last month, to even meet, much less marry, a billionaire?Ten years ago, when Jane Coloccia posted her first profile at Match.com, online dating was in its relative infancy, with just five years of history under its virtual belt."Since then I've dated 200 guys, including stalkers, men who were thinner or older than they wrote, and a garbage man who, after four break ups, literally dumped me," said Coloccia, author of "Confessions of An Online Dating Addict: A True Account of Dating and Relating in the Internet Age." Coloccia, a New Jersey-based marketing consultant, told Discovery News that she became addicted to receiving up to 100 emails daily "from men saying things like, 'Oh, you're so pretty and I want to date you,'" which sometimes led to three different dates in a day over breakfast, lunch and dinner.Honesty is usually the key to a relationship's good foundation, but what happens when one spouse keeps a few secrets of their own?Will Medlin, an attorney at Horack Talley, says that one secret can turn into another and before you know it, there's a break in the relationship.While there are obvious indicators a marriage is headed for the trenches — infidelity and irreconcilable differences — there are other, less noticeable problems that can chip away at a relationship over the long run.