If you have children between the ages of 18 and thirty, chances are that they don’t have a will. And, there are many reasons why that might be a bad idea. For example, many of our adult children have children of their own but have not done a will to name a guardian, executor and trustee to care for those children, or their finances. In addition, if you have left a child or your children assets outright (and not in trust) then that child’s will may control what happens to those assets rather than your own will. For more information on when, why, and how to get your adult children to do a will, trust, or power of attorney, visit out new article on Estate Planning, Wills and Trusts for Children at http://www.PaEstatePlanners.com.
For more information on scheduling a family will clinic to update your own planning and to get your children to complete or update their planning call 610-933-8069 and mention the offer code: FAMILY WILL REVIEW to qualify for a free review.