Surveys show that 10 per cent of LGBTQ couples are married to a same-sex partner. This is an increase of 3 per cent after the high court ruling.
This shows that the world has changed rapidly, and as such, same-sex marriages have become common.
As an LGBTQ couple, you need to handle so many issues, so get ready to handle some more when you decide to plan your estate.
When it comes to estate planning, you need to understand that the same rules apply to your union just like any other couple out there – as long as you have an estate to protect, you need to have legally binding documents to prove ownership and guide the distribution of wealth.
Since you are faced with the same predicaments that come with other kinds of couples, you will need the following documents to make things easier for your beneficiaries.