Newlyweds: Why You Need a Will


In the blitz of planning a wedding and preparing for married life, most couples forget to execute the most basic (and important) legal document they will ever need: their own will. This article dispels some of the legal myths regarding married couples. Specifically, it discusses what happens to a spouse's assets when that spouse dies and what happens to a couple's children when both spouses die.

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