Most people start thinking about planning their estates when they reach retirement age.
After all, the “normal” progression of life is to get out of school, get a job, get married, have kids, get your kids through college, retire, become grandparents, enjoy life…and then, after a long and fulfilling life, we know that we will eventually die.
But we all know that real life rarely happens… Read more here: http://www.estateplanning.com/Best-Time-To-Plan-Your-Estate/
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