China News Network Guangzhou, March 3 (Reporter Cai Minjie) The "21 China Will Bank White Paper" was officially released on the 2022st. The white paper shows that the average age of testators continues to decline, and "preventing the whereabouts of property" is the main risk considered by willees under the age of 21.

According to Chen Kai, director of the Management Committee of the China Will Bank, the above-mentioned white paper publishes for the first time a batch of widely concerned will data such as wills of unmarried people, wills involving virtual property, and wills of young and middle-aged people through big data analysis of 25,<> wills.

The 2022 China Will Bank White Paper shows that social attitudes are constantly changing. In 10 years, the average age of testamentaries has dropped from 77.43 years to 68.13 years year by year. The testamentary population is getting younger. Since 2017, the number of people under the age of 60 making a will has increased year by year, and by 2022, the proportion of people aged 60 to 30 who have made a will under the age of 39 is 29.74%, indicating that wills are becoming more and more concerned by young people.

Among the people who left messages in the "WeChat Will" mini program of the China Will Bank, the age was concentrated between 20 and 29 years old, accounting for 35.9%. WeChat wills are quite popular with young people, which shows that young people do not resist wills.

From the data point of view, the proportion of real estate involved in the wills of young and middle-aged people is the highest, accounting for 98.01%, followed by bank deposits, accounting for 35.65%, and the proportion of company equity has increased significantly. This data reflects the diversification of property types at present, and also reflects the obvious increase in public awareness of property protection.

According to the data of the 2022 China Will Bank White Paper, "preventing the whereabouts of property" is the main risk considered by people under the age of 30 who make wills; "Avoiding the whereabouts of property" and "caring for family members" are the main considerations for people aged 30 to 39 when making a will; For testators between the ages of 50 and 59, the "marital risk of their children" is a primary consideration.

Chen Kai said that the marriage situation of middle-aged and young testamentists is mainly "married" people, followed by remarried and divorced people, and the proportion of marital status "divorced" is 11.27%, which is much higher than that of the elderly group, "divorced families, reorganized families and other groups have more complex property distribution and higher property risks, so the necessity of making a will is greater." ”

According to reports, the China Will Bank is a public welfare project jointly launched by the China Foundation for the Development of the Elderly and the Beijing Sunshine Elderly Health Foundation in 2013. In the past 10 years, the China Will Bank has set up more than 60 service centers in China, registered and kept 251322 wills, and 6362,<> wills have taken effect so far. (End)