Retirement for 'Golden Girls'
The three women bought a house together in Pittsburgh in 2004. They formed a general partnership agreement that included equal contributions to a down payment on the house and to monthly fees that go toward household expenses. They also used a tenants-in-common deed to protect property for their heirs and to protect the property for the surviving partners.
“We have all experienced a decrease in the amount of our living expenses and were able to commit more money to savings," Ms. McQuillin said.