Amber Curto, at Ryley Carlock & Applewhite writes that:
After graduating from college, and even law school, the thought of drafting your estate plan probably did not make the top twenty on your “to-do” list, and why should it? The only thing most young professionals have when they first start out is debt. However, after you land your first job, preparing your estate plan needs to move quickly to the top of that elusive “to do” list. It’s especially important if you are starting a family. Below are five documents that should be part of your estate plan.