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Wills and millennials

Written by Itziar

Whether you're a millennial or not, have you ever considered the legal consequences of not outlining your wishes for your possessions after you pass away?

Traditionally, writing a will was never a priority for young people. However, recent trends show a shift, with more millennials now drafting wills. According to a Wall Street Journal article, at least 27% of 18-34-year-olds had a will in 2021, up from 18% in 2019. The unpredictability of events, as highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic, underscores the importance of being prepared for the unexpected. Life can change in an instant, making it essential to have your affairs in order.

An increasing number of millennials recognise the value of planning their lives now rather than waiting until it's too late.

If you're a millennial (or not) and need assistance in organising your life, Meavitae is here to help!

While many tools and digital vault solutions aid in organisation, Meavitae offers a unique approach to life management, organisation, and security. Within the platform, you'll find a variety of resources to manage every aspect of your life. Start your estate planning journey with the right tools! Financial, legal, and even health assistance is available through our security key.

Estate planning begins with life organisation.

But what does that entail? It means having a comprehensive understanding of your life's components – from properties and accounts to jewellery. Enter all relevant information into our storage system to create a plan. Decide who you'd like to inherit your estate and draft a will. We emphasise the importance of having a will, along with the tax implications of not having one. By documenting your belongings and distributing them according to your wishes through a will, then storing all your documents and memories in the appropriate digital vault, you'll gain peace of mind.

By guiding you through the estate planning process, Meavitae significantly simplifies life.

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