+1. Our minister required my wife and I to attend counselling before he would agree to perform our ceremony. It was primarily a money based conversation, and we were required to agree that "my" or "her" money would be a thing of the past, that joint accounts would be required, and that only gifts could be considered individual property. Everything else would be combined, or he would not perform our ceremony. 23 years later, we are still going strong, and hardly ever argue over money. This is a long winded way of saying don't make a major purchase as a married couple without being in agreement. Good luck to you both.