Estate Planning for Young Adults
If we’ve learned anything these past few years, it’s that life is short and can take an unexpected turn quickly. Many middle-aged individuals have seen this life lesson in action and have taken the time to confirm that their estate plans are in order. Questions such as “Who is my health care power of attorney? Who will take custody of my minor children if something happens to me? What will happen to my house and personal belongings when I die?” have likely passed through their mind. However, young adults should be asking these same questions.