Marriage takes sharing to a whole new level: Sharing a life, sharing a house, sharing responsibilities – and for some – sharing their finances and the decisions made around them.
As two become united, they commit to journeying through Life’s adventures together and facing its many challenges and risks. But these risks need not be discounted, especially when it comes to financial risks.
Thinking about, and preparing for, your most common financial risks with your partner can be an extremely rewarding experience, in that you both enjoy the security that comes with an added safety net. However, deciding on your insurance options together can be equally challenging – especially when there’s tonnes of ‘insurance speak’ involved that you can’t make heads or tails of.
And what might happen if you misunderstand a policy and the contexts in which you are both covered? You could leave yourself exposed and without cover when you need it the most!
Thankfully, you have insurance brokers at your aid in these increasingly complicated and uncertain times.
Insurance brokers, such as ourselves, deal with a variety of Insurance Providers – saving you the work of dealing directly with them and making a million phone calls. They also know all the right questions to ask and understand the fine print and clauses, ensuring you’re never caught out and that you’re covered in all the right places.
As experienced brokers who’ve been keeping couple’s assets covered for the past few decades, our advice to any newlyweds out there, is to leave the stress of insuring your belongings and accounting for your risks to the experts.
To make the valuation of your assets super easy, we’ve even created an inventory form for you to print out and go through, ensuring you don’t miss a single item!
If you’ve just gotten married and feel that using the services of an insurance broker is the right move for you and your partner, you are welcome to reach out to us with any questions you may have. With that said, we wish you and your beloved many happy years together. Congratulations on tying the knot!