While getting married is an occasion for celebration, it can also force you to make tricky financial and legal decisions and tackle issues involving children, assets, housing, and retirement.
Having all the details worked out before you walk down the aisle will prevent the money train from derailing.
In a marriage, assets and income usually become communal property and are shared by both parties—even if they’re held in one person’s name.
Proper estate planning will make sure your family’s financial needs and wishes are taken care of after you die.
You want golden years full of travel and romance. Having a candid conversation about retirement—when, where, and whether or not you can afford it—is a must.