Life Partners With or Without Children
Estate Planning to Protect Your Life Partner is Just Not Optional
You Want to Protect Each Other
In so many ways, estate planning is almost MORE important for you when you are in an unmarried relationship with your life partner.
And if you have children together, it is exponentially more important for you to get your estate planning handled right.
The law does not protect your life partner. Period.
You have to take action yourself to ensure you will have access to your loved one’s hospital bedside and that your life partner will have access to you if you are hospitalized.
If you do not take action, it is very likely that the person you love most in the world could be blocked from being with you in an accident, making health care decisions for you, deciding what you are nourished with if you can’t decide for yourself, or who gets to see you.
And that’s just your healthcare.
Without the protection of estate planning, the person you love most in the world could be thrown out of your house, ejected from your business, or locked out of your finances.
If you have children together, your children could even be taken out of your life partner’s care.
Estate planning when you are unmarried is not optional. It is truly a matter of life and death for the people you love most.
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