One important piece of your estate plan will concern Guardianship. A Guardianship appoints a guardian to make decisions about your or your loved one’s personal, financial, and medical needs in the case that they cannot care for themselves. You can legally appoint a guardian for:
- Minor children
- Individuals who are incapacitated
- Individuals who are disabled and require help with day-to-day tasks
For instance, you may want to appoint a guardian for a child that will require special needs assistance after they turn 18 or for elderly individuals who cannot care for themselves due to conditions such as Alzheimer’s.
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With so many documents to consider, estate planning can be an overwhelming process. A compassionate attorney can help you through the necessary steps to create a comprehensive plan and protect your family’s future. Schedule a consultation with Amanda Achong, Esq., today.
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