Roughly 6 million couples will get engaged on Feb. 14, according to American Express. That's a lot of insurance considerations for couples deciding to make the big commitment of marriage — and possibly, one day, divorce.

It isn't too big of a leap to think of divorce when considering Valentine's Day engagements. According to Boston radio host Lauren Beckham, the holiday is a reminder for single people that they are not in a committed relationship. That, combined with the residual effect of being asked "Are you seeing anyone?" over the holidays, can trigger hasty engagements and marriages that may not be meant to be.

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