Planning for the time after a person has passed away may seem a bit morbid, but if an individual leaves behind children or a spouse, especially those being directly supported by the individual, it’s important to take these matters under careful consideration. These sorts of plans are something that an individual, couple or family should discuss with an attorney. So Regardless of whether you’re looking for estate planning, living wills, guardianship etc, you should speak with an attorney.
Addressing Guardianship Issues
Making financial provisions for the people that are left behind is important. However, there are other issues outside of finances that require being addressed. For example, who looks after the children is something that needs to be specifically stated in a will.
If a person is a single parent or in the event that both parents pass away at the same time, if there are children left …