Because of the pandemic, more and more people are looking for a notary to share their assets. Young adults are the most concerned.
At the age of 40, Cátia found herself doing something she never imagined: planning a will. The pandemic accelerated his worries. It’s just that you can’t get the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, because the first time you had serious side effects, like stroke symptoms. “I am afraid that something will happen to me and this is not an unfounded fear. I don’t feel protected by the State and I want to safeguard my child”, she tells SATURDAY.
Cátia Paião has two concerns: her 18-year-old son and her younger sister. “I want to give my son a suggestion for managing the assets, so that he doesn’t lose anything and has a clear outline of what exists. I want him to pay the debts all at once and ensure that my sister receives a percentage”, says the administrative, widowed for 15 years.
Cátia wants to make everything clear, whether it’s the properties she owns or even other movable assets. She confesses that it was last year that she started thinking seriously about dealing with this and that she will make the will in 2022. Cátia reflects a growing trend: the increase in the demand for wills, especially among the youngest. Before, it was a concern that arose after the age of 60 years.
Source: SÁBADO by www.sabado.pt.
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