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Estate planning isn't always on people's minds. They have a lot going on in life, from taking care of newborns to hanging out with friends and colleagues after work. Estate planning is typically on the back of everyone's minds, but it's not something they focus on, because it doesn't seem important right now.

Unfortunately, the reality is that anyone can die at any time. You could suffer a serious injury or disability without notice. The unpredictability of life can catch anyone off-guard.

That's why it's so important to look into estate planning at an early age and to update it as you go through major changes in your life. Even though it doesn't seem important now, you'll feel more confidence knowing that you have your preferences in place if you pass away or get hurt.

If you have children, estate planning becomes even more important. Estate planning gives you the opportunity to appoint a guardian in the case that you and your spouse both pass or leave your children with no guardian in place.

At the end of the day, life is never going to be easy to predict, but you can establish good guidelines for what you want to see happen if you're hurt or die unexpectedly.

Our website has more on estate planning and the importance of beginning your estate plan early in life. It's never too early to put an estate plan in place to protect yourself. Without one, you'll be at the mercy of the current state laws and the people around you who make decisions on your care.

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