Planning for Worried Parents

child protection

  • Does the thought of your child being in foster care for even one night terrify you?
  • Do you want a say in who will care for your children (or leave it all to a Judge)?
  • Who will manage the money?
  • Who will care for my baby in the event I become hospitalized long-term?
  • Who will care for my children in the event I become declared incapacitated?
  • Who will care for my children in the event both of the parents die?
  • If something happens to me, will my husband have full rights to care for my kids?
  • If something happens to me, will my boyfriend have full rights to care for our baby?
  • If I die, how do I pass on my house and other belongings to my children/spouse/boyfriend/significant other?
  • If my kids are minors, can I designate one person to care for them financially and another person to care for their person?
  • If my significant other and I are not married, what happens to our kids if one of us should die?

What You Must Do

Your plan needs to name somebody to administer your money, name a guardian for minor children, provide instructions for your assets, and name somebody to manage inheritance for the children until they are old enough to manage on their own, and plan for disability – yours and theirs.

Call (479)717-6300 for your Effective Planning Strategy Meeting and discover how to

  • People are relying on you for their well being – discover how to make sure they are taken care of
  • If you are tossing and turning at night thinking “what if…”  get a good nights sleep
  • Don’t let a Judge that doesn’t know you or your family decide who will raise your children and manage their money
  • Make Life as Easy as Possible for Your Family if You Were in an Accident

You will leave your Effective Planning Strategy Meeting with a Next-Step action plan for moving forward and protecting your family and yourself.

FREE BOOK – SECRETS OF EFFECTIVE PLANNING

  • The correct ways to protect your children
  • If you are tossing and turning at night thinking “what if…”  get a good nights sleep
  • Don’t let a Judge that doesn’t know you or your family decide who will raise your children and manage their money
  • Learn how to keep your children out of foster care, even for one night

Be Meticulous

Your family is very important. Plan for their well-being in advance as much as you possibly can with legally effective and binding documents. When preparing your Estate Plan, seek the advice and assistance from an Attorney to help you complete a valid and lawful plan. There are plenty of self-help options out there or even non-attorney professionals that claim to help you prepare your Estate Plan at low rates. Be aware that planning a complete Estate Plan requires plenty of analysis and consideration. Seek the assistance of an experienced estate planning attorney for this special moment in your life when you plan for your loved ones.

A qualified estate planning attorney for moms can help you analyze your family circumstances and prepare documents customized for you. Call this office and learn how we can help.

What Is the Next Step?

Imagine the relief you will feel knowing your family is protected and cared for if you can’t be there for them.

You can come into the office for your Effective Planning Strategy Meeting, or if you aren’t ready to meet get the book Secrets of Excellent Estate Planning.

Call (479)717-6300 for your Effective Planning Strategy Meeting.

You will leave your Effective Planning Strategy Meeting with a Next-Step action plan for moving forward and protecting your family and yourself.

OR

You can download the book Secrets of Excellent Estate Planning here with much more information about protecting and providing for your children.

FREE BOOK – SECRETS OF EFFECTIVE PLANNING

  • The correct ways to protect your children
  • If you are tossing and turning at night thinking “what if…”  get a good nights sleep
  • Don’t let a Judge that doesn’t know you or your family decide who will raise your children and manage their money
  • Learn how to keep your children out of foster care, even for one night