The New York Times‘ Bucks Blog has a great series on the cost of being gay, and in the latest edition, Tara Siegel Bernard provides tips on finding a financial planner who is well-versed in domestic partnerships (she recommends seeking out a specialized planner even if you live in a state that recognizes all marriages). Now, this is complicated, but the first step is: Decide to seek out a financial planner. The rest of the steps are covered pretty well by Seigel Barnard, but that first one is a doozy.
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