New Software for Unmarried Couples to Better Protect Themselves

As 2005 draws to a close, the nearly six million unmarried, cohabitating couples in the U.S. will have a new tool to aid in their New Year's resolutions related to financial and future planning.

Allowing this legally vulnerable demographic to reshape their lives as a couple, the Muses Legal Guide to Living Together provides them with the necessary documentation to extend the basic rights afforded to their married counterparts.

Featuring 152 customizable legal documents, the Muses Legal Guide to Living Together was specifically designed to allow unmarried couples to share as many or as few legal rights as appropriate for their relationship. The first comprehensive legal software of its kind, documents cover a wide range of situations including: healthcare, financial, taxes, child-related matters, insurance, domestic arrangements, dispute resolution and pet ownership.

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