the importance of naming guardians
You love them. You care for them. Show up at every game and dance class and school play. Help with homework and dry the tears and kiss the boo-boos. But have you taken the time to decide who would do all of those things if you weren't around? The most important thing you leave behind if something happens to you isn't your money. It's your kids. Many good parents haven't planned for what would happen to their children if something happened to them. Not because they don't care but because they care too much and preparing for the unthinkable is hard. But so is being a good parent and good parents plan. Sign up below to receive a free guide on naming guardians for your children - the right way. The good parent way.
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