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Can you protect your assets in a long-term relationship?

It is becoming more and more common for couples to live together before they get married. It allows Missouri couples to get to know one another well and determine if their relationship has a chance to survive in the long run. it has the added benefit of allowing couples to split electricity, gas and cable bills and share vehicles and invest in property together. The big mistake couples make when living together is not considering what will happen to their assets and debts if they do not end up together.

Joseph J. Porzenski
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