If you aren’t here tomorrow, have you ensured the courts will send your children to the right caregivers? It’s impossible to predict what tomorrow will bring, so start planning for your child’s future now in case something happens to you. As experienced attorneys in this field, we’ll work with you to craft a comprehensive plan which details who will take care of your children if you pass away prematurely. Don’t allow the courts to determine your child’s fate – take steps now to ensure that your children and their future are in the hands you choose.
Without clear instructions, the courts will decide who will raise your children. Many individuals unfortunately fail to properly plan for the future. To ensure that your estate and all your valuable assets are properly distributed to your loved ones, you need an estate plan. This includes instructions of who gets your specific belongings as well as who takes care of your children once you no longer are able to. Without any instructions, the court has the authority to decide who becomes a guardian to your children as well as who manages their inheritance.
Are your children protected from financial predators, including relatives? Naming who will manage your young children’s inheritance early on can help you avoid those relatives who want to raise your children so they can benefit from your children’s trust fund. Protect and provide your children with a stable financial future by naming the people you want to manage their inheritance until they are old enough to do it themselves.
We can set up a plan so you ensure the right people raise and nurture your children. Avoid procrastinating on your estate plan, get started now before it’s too late. We will work with you on a plan which ensure that your children grow up in a nurturing and safe environment. By working alongside our trusted attorneys, you can rest assured that your children are raised by trustworthy and loving guardians who will instill your morals and values.
Help your children make responsible choices even after you’re gone. Instantly inheriting a large sum of money can be a tempting yet overwhelming experience for a young adult, especially boys. Knowing where to responsibly invest their money and how to carefully spend it can be difficult for young people so it’s important to have a detailed plan in place that protects them from bad judgment and bad people until they are financially mature. Don’t unknowingly make Macy’s or the local Porsche dealership your secret beneficiary.