Naming a Legal Guardian
In today’s extremely busy world, many parents delay the drafting and execution of their last Will and Testament. Besides the ability to direct and control the distribution of your assets after death, a Will may provide for the designation of a Guardian for your minor children. If you do not have a Will or have not designated a Guardian for your minor children, the State may appoint one for you if both parents are deceased. The results can be expensive and in most cases totally the opposite of what a parent intended for their children.