Estate Planning Documents Millennials Need

Advanced directiveIf you got into a car accident tomorrow and were incapacitated, who makes medical decisions for you?

Who would pay your bills?

See, even young people need to concern themselves with things many associate with older age.

So it is time for millennials to concern themselves with estate planning, even if they are single or childless, says a story on

They don’t need an elaborate plan — just an advance health care directive and a durable power of attorney. These two documents will have you off to a good start.

If you have questions about estate planning, feel free to contact us for a consultation at (626) 696-3145.

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