With hitting the work force and starting families (not to mention destroying entire industries), Millennials have a lot on their minds. Estate planning may not even be on your radar. Besides, isn't estate planning just for older, richer folks? Do you even need an estate plan when you're young and poor?
Do Millennials Need an Estate Plan?
The short answer: estate planning is for everyone, including Millennials. But what should a Millennial's estate plan look like? What documents should you have? What things do you need to consider before deciding on an estate plan?
Family is one of the most important factors to consider when developing an estate plan. So we are using our next few blog posts to discuss estate planning considerations for Millennials in a variety of family situations. Links to each new article in this series will be posted below as they are published:
- Part One – Single and Ready to Mingle With Estate Planning [Single and No Kids]
- Part Two – No Kids? Why You Still Need an Estate Plan [Married and No Kids]
- Part Three – [Single and Minor Children]
- Part Four – [Married and Minor Children]
- Part Five – [Unmarried but Together]
Get a Free Consultation
Estate planning is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. That is why we recommend consulting with a qualified estate planning attorney to determine type of plan best suits your needs. To discuss what estate planning options may be best for you, contact the experienced Oklahoma City estate planning attorneys at Postic & Bates for a free, no-obligation consultation.
Additionally, download our FREE Estate Planning Guide, packed with 70 pages of information about estate planning, probate, and much, much more.
[As with all our posts, the contents of this article do not constitute legal advice and are subject to our site-wide disclaimer.]