4 Reasons Why Young Professionals Need an Estate Plan

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Did you recently get married? Start a new career? Buy a new home? If you are a young professional you are getting ready to start a new stage in your life. With each new stage in life comes new challenges, obstacles and life decisions. One of those decisions should be putting an estate plan in place. Estate Planning does not only entail who your assets will go to when you pass. You must also make plans for the potential that you may be incapacitated in some way that you can no longer make your own personal, financial and healthcare decisions. If you fail to make these decisions in writing, who will do it for you? Lack of planning means someone you may not want to make these life decisions for you may actually be the one doing it.

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