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Estate Planning for Professionals
Posted on behalf of the firm on 22 June 2014.
When an individual graduates from college or law school, there is a certain list of next steps on their mind. After years and years of hard work and studying, they are finally able to reap the benefits and get a good job.
Once they get that job, the list of next steps gets updated. Pay off student loans, buy a house, buy a car, invest in the stock market, or any other number of financial things.
One thing that many professionals do not think about, however, is the notion of estate planning. Most people think estate planning is something that middle-aged folk do, but the truth is that the earlier you can do it, the better. This is especially true for young professionals, and even more so for those who are looking to start new families.
Even if you do not go through a complete and full estate plan (which is highly recommended), there are at least 5 documents that you should be sure to have:
As a young professional, it is undeniable that you have a great many things weighing on your mind. If you and an experienced estate planning lawyer go over these 5 documents listed, you can be sure that your estate will not have to be one of them.