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The Legal Risks of Couples Living Together

There is nothing sweeter than love, and for many couples in love today, being committed to each other means living together without that piece of paper that says you are married.

Regardless of one's personal views about marriage, there are still valid reasons to marry, and not all of them are evident at the time couples decide to move in together.

While a lot of the reasons to be married concern money, that's only part of the story.

That was the question from 27-year-old architect "Marc," who wrote, "I have been living with my high school sweetheart for almost eight years. My business has grown

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