The marriage handbook: a legal and financial guide to your spousal rights
This handy book addresses such topics as the tax consequences of marriage, estate and financial planning, common-law marriage, marital rights, and parental rights and duties. Includes state-by-state listings of specific laws that apply to married couples, informative case studies, and more.
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HOW TO GET MARRIED
TYING THE FISCAL KNOT
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