“Generally speaking, there is a long list of pros and cons (from a legal, tax and financial planning perspective) about whether it makes sense to become married or not,” says Attorney Squillace. “Whether to wed, straight or gay, remains a highly personal decision and may factor in other components such as love and commitment.”
Creating an estate plan isn’t a one-time event. Over the course of our lives, situations change, finances change, relationships change, and, most importantly, the law surrounding estate planning changes. It’s important to enlist the help of a professional to develop the most appropriate plan for you and assist in making the necessary adjustments over time.
The Family Estate Planning & Elder Law Guide is a helpful tool for anyone engaged in this process – providing many questions families are asking, as well as the answers from America’s top estate planning and elder law attorneys.
According to Attorney Squillace, “Since issues for same-sex couples are still unique and different, specialists who understand these issues are often best able to advise.”
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