Contrary to popular belief, you are never too old to establish an estate plan. It doesn't matter if you are 18 or 81, 25 or 95, 30 or 100; age does not matter one bit when creating an estate plan. In fact, if you have the opportunity to create your first estate plan at the age of 90, do so. Protecting yourself, your assets and your loved ones is important no matter your age.
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Writing a will can seem like a daunting task. Not only does it force you to think about death, but it also makes you consider how you want to leave your assets to your loved ones. It is essentially your last statement to your family and friends.