If you are the parent of a minor child you should seriously think about who will be the guardian of your child if something was to happen to you. Most married couples have already discussed this issue and have the candidate in mind but they fail to take the next and most vital step. If the couple fails to provide for guardianship, generally in their wills, the court would be left to pick a guardian based on what the judge feels is in the child’s best interest. Statutory guidelines are used by the judge but the reality is that if not provided for by the parents, a person who doesn’t know you or your child would be deciding on who would take care of them once you are gone.
If you would like to ensure that your child is provided for if something happens to you, Edmondson Law can help by drafting you a will with guardianship provisions. Right now we have a summer will special, which means that you won’t find a more affordable deal anywhere. Take that next step today by calling estate attorney W. Tyler Edmondson at (972) 442-8326 or email at email@example.com
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