Turning eighteen is a milestone for many reasons. You are legally an adult, with the ability to vote, and you may be heading off to college or starting a career. The future is upon you, the world is your oyster, and any other number of clichés. Regardless of where you are headed, it is most likely not to draw up an estate plan – but maybe it should be.
Especially for those high school graduates heading off to college, an estate plan could be just as important to bring along as a mini fridge and shower shoes. A recent article by Sheyna Steiner on NBC News delves in to the importance of estate planning for the college-bound or recently graduated. Read more.