5 Things Parents Should Do Before a Son Gets Married


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Rewrite Your Wills
Update your will sooner rather than later.
Update your will sooner rather than later.
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Your eventual demise is never a fun topic, but you and your husband need to discuss who gets what when the time comes, and your future daughter-in-law should be included in your plans. You don't have to split your children's inheritance with her, but if there's something specific she likes or that you think she should have, change your will to see that she gets it. It can be anything from an old quilt to your car or even the dog, but leaving a little something specific for her will let her know you care and will make her feel loved after you're gone. What's more, it'll speak volumes to your son!

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