Estate Planning and Turning 18

Posted by Gregory Singleton | Aug 04, 2021 | 0 Comments

Most people don't think about estate planning until they have a kid, a house, some assets, or even until they are retired. But there are some aspects of estate planning that are important for people who are turning 18 and leaving the house or going to college. In today's video we discuss what estate planning is and is not important for someone turning 18.

If you are soon to be turning 18, or have a child in that position, and have questions about what estate planning things should be done, please feel free to contact Signature Law for a free consultation!

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Gregory Singleton

Trusted Legal Advisor Gregory Singleton is a skilled attorney, experienced in both litigation and transactional work. He has tried multi-million-dollar cases and has negotiated multi-billion dollar contracts. With Signature Law, his goal is to make the law accessible to you, your families, and y...

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