Do It Now: Name a Guardian for Your Minor Child(ren)

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We know it’s hard. Thinking about someone else raising your children can stop you in your tracks. It feels crushing and too horrific to consider. But you must. If you don’t, a stranger will determine who raises your children if something happens to you – your children’s guardian could be a relative you despise or even a stranger you’ve never …

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What Happens When Your Disabled Child Turns 18 and What You Need to Do Beforehand

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When your child is under the age of 18, you, as their parent, can make most, if not all decisions, on their behalf. However, when your child turns 18, the law views them as an adult, and you no longer have the ability to control what and how decisions are made, or even receive relevant information about those decisions. For …

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Do It Now: Name a Guardian for Your Minor Child(ren)

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We know it’s hard. Thinking about someone else raising your children stops us all in our tracks. It feels crushing and too horrific to consider. But you must. If you don’t, a stranger will determine who raises your children if something happens to you – your child’s guardian could be a relative you despise or even a stranger you’ve never …

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Ten Legal Tips for the New Parent

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  Something must be in the air – I have a lot of friends having babies!  Having a baby and becoming a parent for the first time is exciting, but also very scary. There are many legal implications of having a baby and/or expanding your family. Here are my top 10 tips to make sure that you take legal steps …

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