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Cohabitation Agreements Protect Relationships More and more couples are living together without being married. For those who do, a cohabitation agreement may be appropriate. This private contract between long-term cohabitants establishes the rights and obligations that married people obtain by law, custom and agreement. Find Out More…   Don’t Spy on Your Cheating Spouse Unexplained absences, furtive phone calls, mysterious credit card charges — these just some of the clues that a spouse may be having an affair. A plethora …

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Posted 5 years ago in Estate Planning by Jennifer King  
Are You Prepared for an Emergency?

My mom, who’s in her 70s and in great health, lives in New Jersey. Like many East Coast residents, she was hit hard by the recent one-two punch of Hurricane Sandy followed by a Nor’easter blizzard. Fortunately, she’s also well prepared not only for weather woes, but also for healthcare emergencies. Stuck to her refrigerator is a plastic pouch that contains several important documents, including a list of emergency contacts, basic medical information and her living will. Known as a …

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Posted 5 years ago in Elder Law Estate Planning by Jeremy Bromwell  
5 Common Estate-Planning Mistakes Among the Elderly

This is the second in a series of estate planning articles from EZLaw™.  EZLaw™ makes it easy to create a Last Will & Testament, Power of Attorney, or Living Will document, with the guidance of an attorney at a very affordable cost. As we grow older, our estate-planning needs change. Many seniors may mistakenly think a last will and testament is all they need to satisfy their estate plans. But that’s often not the case. Today, let’s look at the five most …

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