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Most cultures hold marriage in high esteem, with complex traditions, ceremonies, beliefs, and taboos. But, as with any partnership, marriage is ultimately a contract. Both parties agree to act or contribute to their union in a certain way (fidelity, security),...
While planning your estate, you may want to think about assigning powers of attorney to a person you trust in case you are not capable of taking certain actions or making certain decisions. This is not something that many of...
As a continuation of the discussion about estate planning, this is an overview of trusts, which is another option available. In certain cases, trusts can offer a level of protection and control that may not be available through a will. Make no...
Wills: The Basics As discussed in a recent post, there is a lot to consider when it comes to estate planning. But the first main fundamental is a will. What is a will You can think of a will as a contract...

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