Our expert says:
This is primarily two questions. One is essentially legal - I think, for instance, you can and maybe should, specify in your will that your primary beneficiary is whoever is your wife at the time of your death, and if you are not married at that time, then it should be X. Or you can leave your wife at the time the USE of a specific house for her lifetime of as long as she chooses to live there, but then to revert to the named relatives. Nomatter how much you love each other now, this may not be forever, and you may each have clear ideas about your duties to your parents.
But the second aspect of your question is the issue of mutual trust, and related issues - isn't this best discussed together rather than basing your decisions on assumptions ?
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