What to know about estate planning before saying "I do"- Romance is in the air. It is the time for marriages again. With COVID-19 abating, America is coming out of the pandemic and wedding calendars are beginning to fill up again.
AZ Big Media’s recent article entitled “5 estate planning tips for newlyweds” gives those ready to walk down the aisle a few things to consider.
What to know about estate planning before saying 'I do'- If you are soon-to-be-married or recently married and want to discuss it with an expert, make an appointment with a skilled estate planning attorney. Use this link to book a free phone meeting with me today.
Reference: AZ Big Media (March 23, 2022) “5 estate planning tips for newlyweds”
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