Talk about money and sex before saying 'I do'

When you get married, your spouse and children take priority over your parents and siblings legally. Pre-existing wills and Central Provident Fund nominations will get revoked. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - What are the common pitfalls that plague millennial marriages? What are the difficult conversations you need to have before saying I do? Jan Lee speaks to a divorce lawyer and a sexologist to find out their best advice.

Mr Amos Wee, 30, an advocate and solicitor of nearly four years, shares his takeaways on marriage after handling the breakdown of around 40 marriages.

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