Tips for Updating Your Estate Plan From Our Raleigh Child Custody Lawyer
Have you just endured a child custody battle and now need to update your estate plan? If so, our Raleigh child custody lawyer is here to help. This type of situation can get tricky. If you have underaged children and would like to name a new guardian for them, you might not want to name their other parent. That is okay, you have the right to name anyone you’d like.
Just remember, guardianship doesn’t come into play if your child has a living parent at the time of your death. The guardian only takes over when both parents are deceased. Still, it’s important to name a guardian, no matter what the situation might be at the time of your death.
When choosing a guardian, consider the needs of your child or children. Who are they closest with? Who do they spend time with? Would you want to keep your children together or separate them by naming multiple guardians - one for each child?
Even if you are happily married, choosing a guardian for your children is hard. It’s sad and difficult to think about. Doing so will be overwhelming but it will also ensure that your children will be taken care of should both you and your spouse pass in an untimely death.
For more information regarding this subject, please visit back with our next blog post. We will have a few more tips that should help you plan your estate after a child custody battle.
Feel free to contact Klish and Eldreth, PLLC for help. We are here to help you through this time of estate planning. For more information or to ask questions, contact our Raleigh child custody lawyer, today.
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It is suggested that you work with your child’s other parent to come up with a custody plan for your child or children so that when the time comes to make the arrangement official, you’re both able to move on without causing the children to suffer. Working with child custody lawyer is also suggested during this overwhelming process. If you need help with any of the custody information above or are considering a divorce, contact our lawyer in Raleigh, today. We will set up a consultation with you to talk more about your options.
As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about estate planning. Also contact our lawyer in Raleigh NC to schedule a consultation if you have yet to start estate planning. It's never too early to make plans for your wishes upon death. In addition, our lawyer is here to help you with all your legal matters, whether it be estate planning, divorce, child custody, trademarking, copyrighting, or DWI issues.