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Wills and millennials

Written by Itziar

Whether you are a millennial or not, have you ever thought about the legal consequences of not writing what you want to do with your possessions after you die?

Traditionally, writing a will was never a priority for young people. According to an article published by the Wall Street Journal, more millennials are now writing wills. At least 27% of 18-34-year-olds had a will in 2021, compared to 18% in 2019. If there is one thing COVID-19 has shown us is that anything could happen in an instant. One day everything can be fine, and the next day, life is chaos. People can pass away unexpectedly, and it's essential to have your affairs prepared for the unexpected.
More and more millennials want to take time now to plan their lives instead of waiting until it's too late.

If you are a millennial too(or not) and need help keeping your life organised and under control, Meavitae is here to help!

Many tools and digital vault solutions help you stay organised, but Meavitae offers a different level of life management, organisation and security. You can easily find all kinds of resources within the platform to manage your life.
You can start your estate planning journey with the right tools! Financial, legal and even health help is available within our security key.

Estate planning starts with life organisation.

What do we mean by that? You need to know what's going on in your life! Properties, accounts or jewellery, keep track of it by entering all that information in our storage system. From there, you can make a plan.
Decide who you would like to inherit your estate after you pass away and write a will.
We highlight the importance of having a will, and the tax implications of not having one.
Having a record of your belongings to distribute them with a will, then storing all your documents and memories within the right digital vault will give you extreme peace of mind!
Your life will be more organised, and you will take care of your loved ones and prepare for the worst.

Meavitae guides you through the estate planning process, which significantly facilitates life.

Category: Legal
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