The COVID-19 pandemic has created tremendous uncertainty about the future for millions of Americans. In fact, anxiety triggered by the pandemic has inspired more young adults to put a will in place, and 32% of adults under 35 with a will say the pandemic prompted them to write it, according to a LegalZoom survey cited by the Wall Street Journal. No matter your age or health, it's best to draft a will earlier in life, rather than later, experts say. Here's why.
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