Guardianship

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Most estate plans do not have this as a separate document. However, a good plan for a family with any child under the age of 18 years of age should have a separate document wherein a parent can nominate a guardian in an emergency, temporary and permanent situation.

 


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3 Estate Planning Tips for Single Parents

3 Estate Planning Tips for Single Parents

Single parents find themselves in a precarious position. If something happened to you, the future health, well-being, and financial stability of your child would be uncertain. That’s why taking the necessary steps to create an estate plan ranks among the most responsible thing you can do today. When you begin to imagine what your child’s…

Women, Estate Planning and Military - What They Have in Common

Women, Estate Planning and Military – What They Have in Common

Military professionals often have to face the prospect of austere training environments, combat, overseas deployment, and unconventional missions.  Because of these risks, the need to have something substantial for family members who are left behind is vital. In the case of female servicemembers, the need to have an excellent estate plan cannot be overemphasized.  Why?  Often,…