For many people, the topic of a will is a difficult one. As is the timely considering and arranging of a prenup or a cohabitation agreement. We would understandably rather not consider the unpleasant things that could happen to us, let alone make arrangements for them.
Though it must be said, once we have taken care of them, we do feel a sense of relief – at least, that’s what our author’s clients tell them once they’ve signed the necessary forms in their office. And that’s understandable too, for – after all – you’ve done your best to ease the path that you and/or your loved ones will have to take in difficult times that may come.
In this article, some tips and advice on drawing prenuptial and cohabitation agreements, as well as wills.