Planning for Minors

An attorney can help you make clear-headed decisions by providing wise counsel supported by the right legal documents.

Estate planning is making a plan in advance, naming the people or organizations you want to receive the things you own after you die, and taking steps now to make carrying out your plan as easy as possible later.

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As our families grow, change, and become more complicated, their estate plans must grow and change with them. Those with minor children need to pay careful attention to their estate plans after divorcing their spouse.

Learn about the several options available when considering how to leave assets to adult children.

Every parent wants to make sure their children are provided for in the event something happens to them while the children are still minors. Proper estate planning can help you understand how to leave money to minor children.

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Learn about some important factors to consider when naming a guardian for your child in your estate plan.

Learn how discussing inheritance with children can help them be prepared to handle even a modest amount.

Treating your children fairly in your estate plan does not necessarily mean you need to divide the inheritance equally.