As an elder law attorney who also does estate planning, I’ve noticed a marked increase in client couples with dual incomes and no kids (so-called “DINKs”). While my experience in elder law informs my planning across the board, in no area of the practice has this perspective been more valuable than in planning for DINKs.    Planning Without the Kids The “no kids” part of DINK planning has a variety of implications that matter to estate planners. It ...

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