Love isn't always followed by marriage! What do you have in common with Oprah Winfrey, Stedman Graham, Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell, Elton John, and David Furnish? They, like you, are part of an unmarried couple and either legally can't or have chosen not to get married. But that does not mean that you can't share financial and other obligations with your partner. "Money Without Matrimony" answers the questions unmarried couples have when developing plans to secure their financial futures including: pros and cons of merging your finances; determining ways unmarried partners should own property; strategies to ensure that your wishes will be carried out under all circumstances; and, the importance of partnership agreements and other legal documents for unmarried couples.Authors and Certified Financial Planners Sheryl Garrett and Debra A. Neiman guide you and your partner through the necessary steps to protect each other from potential financial ruin in much the same way that federal laws help protect married couples. If you are one half of an unmarried couple, you owe it to you and your partner's financial future to read "Money Without Matrimony".