If you have young kids, a cookie-cutter estate plan won’t work. Do Florida parents need revocable trusts? Parents of young kids need estate plans as unique as their own children.
Month: December 2020
People under the age of 65 account for more than 20% of COVID-related deaths in the US. However, young people are less likely to have estate planning documents, like a will or advanced directive, in place than those of older adults. This means that many people who are dying from coronavirus likely do not have documents in place to dictate who cares for their children or what happens to their home or money.