3 Financial Challenges of Having a Child Outside of Marriage


By Susannah Snider

When Clare Tattersall and her boyfriend decided to have a child, marriage wasn’t top of mind.
“Time was obviously a consideration for us,” says Tattersall, who became pregnant at age 41. “And we only talked about having a baby, not of marriage.”
Before the baby talk, Tattersall and her boyfriend were already in a committed relationship. The couple had previously registered as domestic partners. And Tattersall had even been on her boyfriend’s health insurance when she worked as a freelancer.
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