For the love of your partner, plan now 2018

February 2018

Presently, many committed couples are choosing not to get married, especially if they have been divorced or widowed in the past. Although these couples are not married, they present themselves as a married couple. They live together, and they share their assets and debts. While this arrangement may allow the happy couple to live in bliss while each partner is alive and well, trouble begins when one of the partners loses their competency or passes away. Your partner does not have the same legal rights as would a spouse.

In fact, their legal rights are usually no more than a stranger would have. Fortunately, with proper planning, you can provide your partner with some legal rights even if you are not married.

You may read more at the link below.

by: Gina M. Barry

February 2018

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