Too important to put on hold
All too often, people do put off estate planning. This is understandable because rather than preparing for the here and now, it requires consideration about what will happen when your life is over, hardly something most of us rush to contemplate.
Consequently, looking at estate planning often becomes, and all too often remains, a do-it-tomorrow task. When it could suddenly become all-important it might be far too late. After all, accidents and illnesses can and often do happen.