According to U.S. Census data, the majority of 18-34 year olds are living with their parents (31.5% to be exact). Pew Research discovered that of those aged 25-34 living with parents, a "large majority say they're satisfied with their living arrangement (78%) and upbeat about their finances (77%)". Longevity, shifting job markets and delay in marriage have contributed to these statistics, and they aren't all bad, they're just different. Somewhat unsettling is the dependence of adult children on their aging parents for financial support and housing. Dennis Prout and Shea Petaja discuss an advisor's fiduciary responsibility in caring for clients and their long-term desires. As clients age into retirement, they may face difficult challenges and be forced to face the relationships they have with their children.