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Don't assume you're too young for an estate plan

Estate planning can seem like something you only need to think about if you have sizable assets or are ready to retire. However, the misconception that you must be older or more established to have an estate plan can be a costly one.

There are many reasons why you could benefit from estate planning if you are in your 20s or 30s.

What Can I Do If I Slip And Fall On Another’s Property?

With winter on its way, what can you do if you slip and fall and become injured?

Slip-and-fall accidents can happen at any time. There is greater potential for you to slip and fall in winter with its ice, snow and freezing rain. After receiving medical care for your injuries, you should investigate and discover who occupies the property where you were injured.

The importance of an estate plan for new parents

If you are a new parent, you're likely spending most of your time caring for your new bundle of joy. Your baby relies on you for everything. The last thing on the minds of fledgling parents is no longer being able to care for their child, but realistically, unforeseen things happen in life and it's better to be safe than sorry.

This is where estate planning comes into play. Of course, at this point in your life you aren't thinking about dying, but when you look at it from the perspective of caring for your baby, you may realize that planning your estate is just one more way of loving your child and protecting his or her future best interests.