Six Common Mistakes Parents (and Their Lawyers Make) When Choosing or Changing Guardians
am reminded though as my kids get older, the need to periodically evaluate the best fit for guardianship for them if we were to pass away. It's a tough decision for all us parents, even when you have a lot of great options to choose from. As a rule of thumb, we typically recommend parents choose a guardian for the next three years, and then re-evaluate as the kids continue to grow and their needs and lifestyle changes.
THE M.U.S.T. LIST—WHAT EVERY YOUNG ADULT SHOULD HAVE DURING COVID-19
One of the best things we can do as parents, especially now more than ever, is to help our young adult children prepare for whatever life events or circumstances may come their way. This includes helping them understand how to protect themselves from any medical, legal, or financial crisis that can harm them.