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Experts help couples weigh the pros and cons of getting married by year-end. Just because it’s now legal for same-sex couples to marry in California and many other states, and the federal government must recognize those marriages, should you? There are financial advantages for some to get hitched by Dec. 31, but disadvantages for others, and there are many other potential risks and benefits. Eric Jansen’s guests are tax lawyer Chuck Teixeira and family law attorney Emily Doskow, who advises all couples to have pre-nuptial agreements. 7pm Thursday, Dec. 19, www.kalw.org +91.7 FM  SF Bay Area. (first aired Nov. 14)

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For more info, visit Emily Doskow’s website or Chuck Teixeira’s firm’s website, or e-mail Chuck Teixeira: Chuck@geLawGroup.com

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