You’ve purchased the rings. The church and reception hall have been booked. The invitations have been mailed. Now, you’re just waiting for the big day to arrive. There’s enough disappointment to go around for everyone during this pandemic, but one of the biggest frustrations has to be the postponement of a wedding. If you’re one of the unfortunate individuals whose wedding has been delayed, you probably find yourself waiting for restrictions to be lifted so you can proceed with your big event. While your plans are on hold, here are some things to consider that will get your upcoming marriage off to the right start:
If you previously contacted these individuals or institutions, you may want to advise them of the change of your wedding date. Also this is not an exhaustive list, but should give you a good place to begin your new life as a married person. For more information on estate planning matters please contact Davis & McCann, P.A., Dodge City, Kansas. We are members of WealthCounsel, a national consortium of Estate Planning Attorneys, and NAELA, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. We focus on providing the best legal advice on Estate Planning, Medicaid and Long-term Care Planning, Special Needs Planning, Business Formation, Family Business/Small Business Succession Planning, Probate, Trust Administration, Real Estate Transactions and related matters.
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