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Am I Too Young to Think About Estate Planning?

Many people equate estate planning with older people who have more assets and more to protect. However, that doesn’t mean younger people should ignore the benefits of estate planning. According to Caring.com, only 34% of adults ages 35 to 44 have a will and 18% of adults ages 18 to 34 have one.

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Estate Planning Tips for People Without Children

If you and your spouse are child-free, you may think you don’t need to think about comprehensive estate planning—but you’d be wrong. You’ll still want to ensure your assets go where you’d like them to after you’re gone, rather than being divvied up by the state.

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What Are The Essential Estate Planning Documents?

The transition to retirement means different things to different people, as does the actual age in which people turn the page to a new chapter in their life. Many factors contribute to this life-altering decision and many emotions are felt–everything from fear, stress and anxiety to the sheer excitement of being able to fulfill lifelong dreams.

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Don’t Forget to Update Your Estate Plan

Are you the type of person who signs their will, sticks it in a drawer and never looks at it again? Or are you constantly updating and making small changes to your will, based on which one of your grandchildren has fallen out of favor?

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