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Estate Planning for the Young

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  • ESTATE PLANNING FOR PARENTS OF YOUNG CHILDREN

    If you have young children (i.e. children under the age of 18), you need to carefully plan your estate to protect and provide for your children. You’ll need the basic estate planning documents to protect yourself as well, with additional documents and consideration for your children. In your will, you name guardians to raise your children if you die. Name back-up guardians as well in case your ...
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  • DON'T PUT OFF YOUR ESTATE PLANNING JUST BECAUSE YOU'RE YOUNG

    Many people believe that because they’re young, there’s no need to handle their estate planning affairs. This is NOT true. It’s important to have a plan in place as soon as you reach adulthood, so that you can be prepared throughout your lifetime. If you’ve been putting off planning, take a look at the following information, to better understand your needs and what you can accomplish with estate ...
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