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Estate planning checklist for newlyweds

It’s wedding season which means new families are being created and blended. If you’re about to tie the knot then you know how much planning goes into organizing your special day. Some of the plans are fun to handle together – choosing a wedding band, looking at honeymoon destinations and registering for gifts are a few of the high points of wedding planning.

One thing that newlyweds might find less appealing is creating or revising their will. But as a married couple, it’s important to include your spouse in several legal documents that make up your estate plan so the two of you can be protected in the future. Below is a check list to make sure you have reviewed the following documents in your estate plan.

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Law Offices of Debbie J. Cunningham

Debbie Cunningham is an Irving attorney providing affordable estate planning to the Dallas/ Fort-Worth areas. She understands the steps you should take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Debbie is family-focused and wants to ensure her clients are fully informed on the options that are available for their families. Debbie’s own blended family has given her valuable insights into the complexities of family dynamics.

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