Estate Planning to Protect Your Children
As a mother of a 4 year old, I can tell you that I would do anything to protect my daughter. And that is why I believe everyone with minor or dependent children should have a thorough estate plan. A thorough and well-drafted estate plan allows you to choose who you want to care for your children in the event of your absence, death, or disability.
In addition, estate planning allows you to specify how you want your children to be cared for, including, but not limited to, religious upbringing, health care, education, extracurricular activities, disciplinary practices, and any other parenting decision that you deem to be important.
At the Walls Law Firm, we design our estate plans to act as a guide for the court and your children's caregivers and medical providers in the event of your absence. When you work with us to develop your estate plan, you will have peace of mind in knowing that your children will be cared for by someone you trust and in the manner you choose in the event of your absence, death, or disability.
To schedule an Estate Planning Session or learn more about how estate planning can protect your children, please visit us at www.YouPerfectLawyer.com/estate-planning. You may also call us at (901) 315-0559 to schedule your Estate Planning Session. You may have your Estate Planning Session in person at our office, by telephone, or by video conference. You may choose whichever method is most convenient for you.