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Too Young for an Estate Plan?

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Tue, 7 Sep 2010

We’ve all been exposed to a young person who can’t imagine anything bad ever happening to them.  They don’t use sunscreen until they have been badly burned.  Only old people get skin cancer, right?  They drive up behind you with the music from their CD player so loud that your car shakes.  Hearing

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