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Can I Make Estate Plans Without My Spouse?

The average American family has changed a great deal over the last few decades. The assumption that a couple will share finances, tax obligations, and a last name is one that does not necessarily apply in the 21st century. There are more options than ever before to keep your finances, identity, and future plans separate. This sense of independence leads many married people to question: can I make estate planning decisions without involving my spouse? The answer can be more complicated than you might expect.

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The Belleh Law Group is here to help you with your estate planning needs. You can learn more at our website and blog, at www.bellehlaw.com, where we go into details about estate planning and different types that may be the best for you. You can also give us a call for a free, 30-min consultation on your issue. We can arrange a to meet to discuss the importance of estate planning and help craft an overall estate plan that will protect everyone involved.

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