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Cape Town - Marriage is an undeniably life-changing event, and not just in the emotional sense – it alters the way we manage things like finances and property ownership too.

The contractual side of tying the knot may not be particularly romantic, but it can have far-reaching effects on your future, and should definitely be a part of your discussions before you say “I do”.

“Property is often the most valuable asset a person will own in their lifetime,” says Tony Clarke, managing director of the Rawson Property Group.

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