Single Parents

As a single parent, you have the primary responsibility for ensuring your children’s well-being and care.  If something happens to you while they are minors, you want the peace of mind knowing you have made decisions about who will care for them and how.

In the most ideal scenario, your children’s other parent would be able to take custody of them if you cannot be there.  But in many cases, that may not be possible or there are reasons why it is not desired.  Even if they are able to care for your children, you may want someone else to be in control of the financial resources needed to raise them.  We can help you identify any concerns and prepare for them to ease your mind.

No matter what the scenario, as a single parent, you need to take the necessary steps to legally document who you want raising your children, how you want your children raised, and how you want your assets handled for your children, in the short term and long term.

We can help you make the right planning decisions so your children will be in the right hands if you cannot be there.

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