Actually it a "gift in contemplation of a marriage" if the marriage doesn't go through you get that shit back.
There is a lot of case law on this actually depends on your locality.Doubt anyone ever gets it back since a judge looks at it like a “gift” regardless?
Anyways I never had to worry because I didn’t have to buy once because she got a $70k insured value ring that was an heirloom piece. To her, it was an “ohhhh look at me”, which is why she wore one on the left and right at the same time ($130k insured value combined).
I would never mess with my e-ring. It's a tangible memory of where we were at the time. I love it and it still makes me swoon when I remember the super rushed, shady-ass elopement we put together. 🤣
But I get where you're coming from. That ring was sizeable, fun to try on, but wearability was, like, zip. She could have had/worn it without you being the catalyst.
The wife is still happy with the ring you helped with.Of course, any time! I'm also here for 6 more months, and I hope you'll always let me be a part of DFW crew.
While I'm here, I have helped a few of you with e-rings. I'm thinking of starting another side gig which would make an amazing anniversary gift, assuming same partner and all. PM me if interested. Would involve photographing the ring and scaling up to large format canvas. I've had some interest in getting something like I have so thought I'd throw it out here to locals before we leave.
He was.I believe he was a chef at Nobu
I did when I moved here (Dallas @ Lemmon & 75) and the first couple of years in my first house (Irving - Dallas County).I wonder how many of us actually live in Dallas? Or even Dallas County for that matter