Being There For Your Children No Matter What
You love your children.
You have the primary responsibility for ensuring their well-being and care.
If something happens to you while they are minors, you want to ensure you have made the decision about who cares for them, and how.
In the most ideal scenario your child’s other parent would be suitable to take custody of your child if you cannot be there. But in many cases, that’s not possible or desired.
And even if it is, you may want the financial resources you are leaving behind cared for by someone other than your former spouse or partner.
No matter what the scenario, as a single parent (whether your child’s other parent is in the picture or not), you need to take the necessary steps to legally document who you would want raising your child, how you would want your child raised, and how you want your assets handled for your child in case anything happens to you.
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