Wills, Trusts, and Powers of Attorney For 18-Year Olds & Young Adults.

Ninety percent of Americans aged 18-34 do not have an estate plan. Estate planning is the organization of your personal and financial affairs in case of mental incapacity or death, which in turn protects your beneficiaries. Many young people do not believe they need a will, or that it can wait to be made in the future. Another misconception is that estate plans are solely about wealthy people, but they are written documents to ensure your wishes and provide clear instructions over the things you want managed or given away. Consulting with a trusted attorney can help young adults rest assured on their journey to setting up their documents that best suit their needs. Overall becoming an adult is not a walk in the park so doing things that will benefit you sooner then later should not be overlooked.

With the right help, you are more likely to succeed. The attorneys at Shoffner & Associates will be happy to help you.

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Freya Allen Shoffner, Esq.
Shoffner & Associates
Counselors to Small Business and Families.

Give Freya a call at (617) 369-0111 TEXT US (413) 207-6219 or email fashoffner@shoffnerassociates.com