Most young adults don't think about wills and estate planning are things they need to be concerned about -- at least for now. Yet all adults, no matter their age, should have some type of estate plan.
Young adults likely do not need anything complex; just a solid foundation that can be built using a few basic documents. Here are the key pieces of paperwork that can help jumpstart estate planning for your younger clients -- or for your clients' adult children.
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