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FreeResource_GraphicKids Protection Planning Guide
Got kids? If you do not have legal guardians named for your children and something happens to you, a Judge will decide who raises your kids. Take matters into your own hands today. This is a FREE resource to legally document who you want to care for your kids in the case the unthinkable happens to you.  To request a copy of our Kids Protection Planning Guide, click here.

 

6 Common Mistakes

6 Common Mistakes Most Parents Make When Choosing Guardians
Have you made one of these six common mistakes that could leave your kids in the care of someone you would never choose? Learn how you can fix these mistakes and make sure your children, your family, and your money are protected.

 

 

The 5 Legal Documents Every Parent Must Have
If you’re a parent and are wondering what legal steps you need to take to protect your family, start here. It’s so important for you to have these five documents in place for the protection and well-being of your children. As parents ourselves, we offer these simple guidelines to make a sometimes uncomfortable, but always necessary, process as easy for you as is possible.

 

12 Things to Ask Before Hiring an Estate Planning Lawyer
So you’ve determined you need estate planning services to protect your family, but you’re not sure with whom to work to set them up? Here are twelve things you should ask before engaging an estate planning attorney to help you plan for the well-being of your money, your family, and your life.

 

 

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