If you have children (old or young) you may have been thinking about doing a will or updating an old will to include new children, to appoint a guardian, and to do a trust to protect them from getting control over the inheritance too soon.
In fact, new parents often report that they secretly worry about not having a will or having an outdated will but feel over whelmed and just keep putting it off.
If you’re a parent and want a quick reminder to post on the fridge or in your to do list, we have prepared a quick reminder that you can down load and print.
The Will TO DO List For Parents
You’ll feel better once you have selected the guardians, trustees, and executor or executors to take care of matters if you no longer can.
David M. Frees III, Esquire is a Pennsylvania and New Jersey attorney who practices in the areas of trusts, wills, estates, and asset protection. He has been creating customized wills and estate plans for young parents and for grandparents for over 23 years and has drafted over four thousand such plans.
Parents of all ages seek out David for their estate planning, wills, trusts, and powers of attorney and living wills.