St. Petersburg Estate Planning For Children
As parents, we are the ultimate organizers and planners of our children’s lives. From the moment they are born until they turn 18 we plan their education, sports and hobby activities. Yet, we put off making plans for who we want to care for our children should something happen to us. Contact our experienced St. Petersburg estate planning for children attorneys today for more information.
Unimaginable accidents happen. If something happened to you and you weren’t able to communicate your wishes, who would care for your children? Did you know that if the police do not have clear instructions from you about who is to care for your minor children, they could be put into the custody of Child Protective Services?
Envision how traumatic the situation would be for your children. You’re gone. They are living with strangers—scared, hurt and angry.
The Kids Protection Plan® is a set of instructions, legal documents and an Emergency ID card for your wallet that provides directions for estate planning of your minor children should something happen to you and you cannot communicate your wishes.
Your Kids Protection Plan® will ensure your children are raised by the people you choose, who share your values and beliefs.
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Your Kids Protection Plan® Includes:
- Legal documents to name short-term guardians who can be there immediately for your children so they’ll never be taken into the arms of strangers or anyone you wouldn’t want. Not even for a moment!
- An ID Card for your wallet that notifies first responders that you have minor children at home and identifies who to call in the event of an emergency.
- Legal documents to name long-term guardians who will raise your children just as you would, so there is no family feuding over your children.
- Instructions and guidelines for your long-term guardians on how you want your children to be raised… making sure they are raised with your values, insights, stories and experience.
- Letters to your long-term and short-term guardians letting them know what to do if called upon.
- Medical Powers of Attorney for your minor children so the next time they travel without you or you travel without them, you know they will receive the medical care they need.