The COVID-19 pandemic has created a tremendous amount of uncertainty about the future for millions of Americans. In fact, the increased level of anxiety triggered by the deadly, global health crisis has caused 25 percent of American parents with children under the age of 18 to realize that estate planning should be an immediate priority for them, according to a recent study by the insurance and wills website Fabric. But it's not just parents with young children who should have a will in place. Experts suggest that no matter your age or how good your health, it's best to draft a will earlier in life, rather than later. Here's why.
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