When should you get an estate plan?

While people typically do not start thinking about having an estate plan until later in life, it is worth having one in place from the moment you start acquiring assets or have children. Some financial advisors even suggest creating your first estate plan when you turn 18, and then adapting it periodically or as your circumstances change.

Although having an estate plan in your 20s and 30s, for example, may not seem necessary, it could be vital for ensuring an unmarried spouse can inherit your assets or that any children under 18 are looked after in accordance with your wishes should you pass away.

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