Hi Everyone! I got into a very heated debate with my brother (who I am very close to) earlier today about marriage and I wanted to hear your thoughts.Background Info: I am 21 (begin the sighs) and am finishing up my last year of college. I am in the process of applying to Law School in the fall and hope to begin Law School next fall. My BF (who is 24, has a full-time job, and just got his first promotion) and I have been together for 2 years and have a wonderful relationship. He is my best friend aside from being my BF, we're very close, and we lived together over the summer. (We aren't living together for this school year for financial reasons.) BF is a wonderful person, smart, caring, funny, affectionate, hard-working, has a wonderful family that I love, and we get along very well. I know he's the one and I want to spend the rest of my life with him. We communicate well, and have had the "when should we get married" talk. We've agreed to not rush things, but let's just say, it won't be 10 years. We'll definitely wait until I'm AT LEAST out of college to get engaged and have considered a long engagement. Although, I'm fairly certain from our conversations that an engagement will happen within the next two years.Fast Forward to Today: I was talking with my brother (who lives in Italy) and I jokingly told him he needed to move back to the US before I get married so he can help plan the wedding and pick out my dress. He said "Oh, don't worry, that'll be at least 10 years away." So we got into a debate about when people should get married. My brother said that people should wait until they're BOTH financially and professionally established (BF is, I'm not...Law School...ugh) before getting married. Therefore, I should wait until I'm at least 26 to get married. I said, if you follow that logic, you could always find a reason to not get married...want to save more money, want a better career, want a fancier house,etc. I also said that aside from the real reasons to want to get married, there are lots of benefits to being married (financial, social, professional, etc.) which he disagreed with. He thinks marriage would prevent me from achieving my career goals...To make a very long story short, he said that although he doesn't want to damage our relationship, he would never support (or even attend) my getting married until I'm at LEAST 26 and neither would the rest of my family. Knowing my family, if he wouldn't support me, neither would they. What do you think? Is it crazy to want to get married while in Law School or is he right that I should wait? What do you think about his refusing to support me? Any other thoughts?