Millennials and Estate Planning Must Mix

Millennials and estate planning sounds like it might not necessarily go together but far too many millennials jump to this conclusion and their family members are left dealing with the aftermath.

Neel Shah
March 02, 2018

No matter how much money is generated over the course of a lifetime, it is not real wealth if it is not effectively transferred to future generations. Estate planning is one of the most neglected aspects of wealth building and personal finance today, even among high-income professionals and successful entrepreneurs. 

An increasing number of both of these individuals happen to be millennials. Many people assume that they are neither rich enough nor old enough to make estate planning a top priority. Millennials are managing their money just as effectively as baby boomers and generation X, according to recent studies, may have a lot to lose falling for this myth. Estate planning can be a misnomer because it does seem to imply that it is only for the wealthy, leaving far too many of these millennials to ignore the estate planning process and expose themselves and their family members to problems in the event of an accident.

Sudden incapacity or death of millennial without an estate plan can lead to probate disputes and other problems after the fact. Estate planning is simply a prudent look ahead to protect family members and loved ones in the event that something unexpected happens and is increasingly important for millennials who are garnering more and more wealth in the current economy.

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I am the Managing Attorney of Shah & Associate's P.C., a service-oriented firm dedicated to Helping to Protect & Preserve what matters most: Your Family, Your Business & Your Legacy. Our practice on all aspects of Estate Planning, Elder Law & Business Law. My clients range from families to ...

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