Millennials, don’t forget estate planning

It’s not a surprise that people in their 20s and 30s wouldn’t have estate planning at the top of their mind. After all, the creation of legal documents such as living wills, last wills and testaments, powers of attorney for medical and financial well-being, and potential trusts is a foreign concept to many people, especially those who aren’t married or don’t have children. Many people assume you don’t need to work on those plans until your 50s or 60s.

That’s a big mistake. The reality is that everyone needs to be thinking about estate planning.

Here is why millennials should be thinking about estate planning as well.