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Thus, if John’s and Jane’s employers each pay for health coverage, they’re better off keeping their policies separate.

Once you’ve proved it, you’ll then have the privileges of married couples — including the privilege of going through a legal divorce if you break up. I'm the founder of Money Talks News and have spent the last 40 years in the personal finance trenches.

If both parties are on the deed as owners, but only one is on the mortgage, the one responsible for the mortgage remains responsible, even if that person has moved out and moved on.

Another common scenario: John already owns a house, then Jane moves in.

If you’re married and die without a will, your estate will eventually go to your spouse because, according to the law, your spouse is your next of kin.

If you’re unmarried and die without a will, your estate still goes to your next of kin — but that’s not your partner.

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