Timing is a big concern when it comes to getting married. Science has found the perfect age.
The "37 percent" rule says that the best age to get married is 26, based on an algorithm.
According to the authors of Algorithms to Live By, people make the best decisions after screening 37 percent of the options.
Late 20s is seen as the sweet spot for settling down, according to psychologist Wyatt Fisher.
Clinical social worker Kelsey Torgerson believes it's crucial to wait until the brain is fully developed, around age 25.
Relationship therapist Weena Cullins thinks the best age for women to marry in the US is 28.
Waiting until age 32 affords men an opportunity to get settled into a career, according to Cullins.
It's important to have conflict management strategies in place for a healthy, successful marriage.
While the science seems legit, there's no surefire way to know the secret to a successful marriage.
According to experts, late 20s is ideal for settling down because education and career are usually established.