Posts tagged with "guardian"



Estate Planning · November 15, 2019
Naming long-term guardians for your kids is critical and should be your number-one planning priority to ensure they will never end up in the hands of strangers in the event of your incapacity or death.
Estate Planning · November 01, 2019
Being left in the hands of unscrupulous guardians appointed by the court can be the most frightening aspect for you in the event of your potential incapacity, given that you may have a loving and caring family members, but are unable to take care of you. To prevent such from happening, it is crucial that you have a comprehensive plan that states all your wishes and consent to ensure that the individual of your choice takes the immediate legal authority to make decisions on your behalf.
Estate Planning · October 10, 2019
As a parent, your children are your priority and their safety is your main responsibility. In order to make sure your children are safe, even after your death, you must prepare for their care. One of the most important things to decide is who you want your children’s guardian to be if something happens to you. Here are some things to consider when deciding who that perfect person could be or even, people you would never want to leave your children with.
Estate Planning · October 01, 2019
As a parent, your children are your priority and their safety is your main responsibility. In order to make sure your children are safe, even after your death, you must prepare for their care. One of the most important things to decide is who you want your children’s guardian to be if something happens to you. Here are some things to consider when deciding who that perfect person could be or even, people you would never want to leave your children with.
Estate Planning · March 13, 2019
Science now allows us to immortalize ourselves or our loved ones by turning cremated ashes into diamonds. This interesting way to create everlasting memories can help you keep memories of your loved ones close to you after they are gone. Read more about the process and materials that can be used for it here.
Estate Planning · February 27, 2019
Here are a few things women should know about estate planning and how it can help protect the financial security of loved ones. Things like making less in their careers and having less in savings due to pay discrepancies and time taken out of the workforce to raise their families, estate planning is an even more important task.
Estate Planning · January 28, 2019
Whether you are married or an unmarried couple, estate planning is critical. Although you may be living together like a married couple, you are not seen as one in front of the law. The state’s laws would provide no protection for your unmarried partner. Here are some estate planning documents that are an absolute must.
Estate Planning · January 25, 2019
Whether you are married or an unmarried couple, estate planning is critical. Although you may be living together like a married couple, you are not seen as one in front of the law. The state’s laws would provide no protection for your unmarried partner. Here are some estate planning documents that are an absolute must.
Estate Planning · January 25, 2019
There’s been little attention focused on limiting firearm access among elderly dementia patients. This lack of attention comes despite an increasing number of incidents involving elderly dementia patients shooting and killing family members and caregivers after confusing them for intruders. Here’s why managing elderly’s access to firearms should be taken more seriously.
Estate Planning · January 14, 2019
While creating your estate plan you might think you have included all your assets, but you may not have thought about your digital assets. Digital assets can be worth the same as or even more than any other asset, and it can definitely be passed down to your loved ones. Read here about the different types of digital assets and how you can add them to your estate plan.

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