Trust, Estate & Elder Law

Estate Planning for Young Adults

Planning for young adults comes with unique goals and challenges.  Many young adults do not contemplate their own planning, because they are young, healthy, and do not have considerable assets.  However, as soon as you turn 18, it is wise to put a plan in place to ensure that your goals are met.  We specialize in helping you to keep it simple and affordable, yet ensure that your wishes are documented.

For example:

– Completion of an Advanced Directive, to ensure that your wishes are honored in the event of your incapacity or serious injury

– Simple estate planning document, to ensure that your assets go where you would like them to go.

– Documents to give your parents or other trusted individuals the ability to make financial and health related decisions, if you become incapacitated.

The unfortunate truth is that many people put off this type of planning and then when it is needed, the default decision makers may not be the people you would have selected, and they may not either be aware of your wishes, or they may disagree with them and choose what they would have wanted for themselves. If you document your wishes, then it is possible to have your affairs handled as you want them to, and be more in control of your own future.

Contact Elizabeth today to set a time to discuss your goals and concerns.  We can make sure that your ideal plan is put into place.

How old are you?
Do you have any estate planning documents, such as a will or trust?
Do you have a health care Power of Attorney, or a HIPAA release in place? These are documents that can allow someone to talk to your doctors and make decisions if you are unable to do so yourself.
Have you talked to your family about your wishes, if you were to die? Such as whether you plan to be an organ donor, or how long you would like to remain on life support?
Do you want your property to pass to someone other than your parents, if you die?
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After you submit this form, you may receive a call from Cypers Law, PC to discuss your estate planning needs and goals.  Please note that submitting this form does not create an attorney-client relationship.   Feel free to call Cypers Law, PC at (720) 663-9859 or email Elizabeth@cyperslaw.com if you have any questions, or would like to set up an appointment.  Your first appointment is free.  

 

 

 

 



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