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Estate Planning Tips if You’re Permanently Separated (But Not Divorced)

“When spouses decide to divorce, the usual framework is a process involving attorneys and the court system. But as modern family life is complex, it is becoming more common for spouses to remain permanently separated yet not divorced. It’s a state of gray that many feel comfortable in. Unfortunately for both family law and estate law, it’s a hard place to be.”
– Megan Gorman

This article contains helpful insights on which estate planning items to tackle first if you are in separated marital situation.

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