Life Partners With or Without Children

When you are in an unmarried relationship with a life partner, estate planning becomes even more important because the law does not protect your life partner or your relationship.  If you have children together, it becomes exponentially more important to have your estate planning done and done correctly.

Without the proper estate planning documents, your partner could be blocked from being able to be with you in the hospital or make healthcare decisions for you.  The law would direct them to someone you may not want involved in those decisions.  At a time when your partner needs the most comfort, instead they could be in the middle of conflict.

If you have children, your children could be taken out of your partner’s care.  And your partner and children could lose their home. 

Estate planning when you are unmarried and in a lifelong relationship is not optional.  It may be the only way to preserve your wishes and prevent those you love the most from years of conflict.  

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