When you picture a Millennial, who do you see? A twenty-something with a coffee in hand, talking about moving to the big city?
Well, that might have been the case fifteen years ago! But now in 2023, Millennials are in their 30s and early 40s. It will probably come as a surprise to learn that this group is moving away from city centers and into the suburbs more and more each year.
Born between 1980 and 1996, Millennials are one of the more misunderstood generations. Sure, they’re more likely to change their job or wait to have children. But because many entered the workforce around the 2008 recession, they’ve become resilient to change and are often prepared for whatever the next big thing is that’s happening.
Millennials are good at accepting change. Their lifetime has been impacted by massive shifts in technology, economy, and businesses. They know things don’t stay the same for long. But, doesn’t all this mean they should have a plan that backs them up through every new change?
This generation might not be thinking about what an estate plan can do for them, but it’s still important to meet with an experienced attorney who can make recommendations for what legal tools can best support you.
At Alles Law, we’ll consider things like:
- Do you own a home? 51% of Millennials do!
- Are you building a business that you want to protect?
- Are you recently engaged and considering a prenup?
- Do you have minor children you need to name a guardian for?
Millennials are always looking for ways to make life better and how they can provide for the next generation. Let Alles Law personalize a plan that will secure the future for you and your loved ones.
Schedule a free consultation today.