10 Financial Self-Care Moves Every Wife Should Make

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Write a will and trust

Every parent should establish a will in which they nominate a guardian of their children in the event of their death.

“The costs of not having a will can be high, and they’re not just monetary,” says Todd L. Janower, an estate-planning attorney told Parents.

Further, a will helps to establish how you want your assets to be distributed when you are no longer here. It is also a good idea to have your spouse establish a will as well.

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