According to a Pew study of American families, children living in two-parent homes are more likely than not to grow up in a house where both parents work. Recent figures show more than half of these parents are both working full time. Combine this with kids’ activities and parents’ activities and there is little time left for taking care of priorities such as getting in to see an attorney to name your children’s guardians.
Do You Worry What Would Happen If You & Your Partner Were To Die In An Accident?
This question is one that often haunts young parents. The reasons they do not get this completed are many, from not knowing where to get this done to not knowing about costs and fees, and finally, the most probable common reason is “We are just too busy.” In a guardianship proceeding after the death of a child’s parents, the courts will look for the parents’ wills or guardianship documents to direct the care of the children. If there is no will or guardianship documents, the courtroom could become a battleground for family members attempting to do right by the children. The problem is, if these documents are absent, the court could make a decision that causes unintended difficulty for the children and the families.
Imagine A Relative That You Are Completely In Opposition To Regarding Values Gaining Guardianship Of Your Children?
When our firm learned the truth about how kids are handled in the face of a tragedy such as an automobile crash involving both parents, we were shocked. When police come by to discuss the tragic news, if the parents do not have documents handy, the children could be shuffled from police station to children’s protective services, yes, CPS, until the proper documents are found or obtained by the courts. Either option is equally upsetting and shocking to children who now have seriously injured (or worse) parents.
This Is Why Keystone Law Firm Is Hosting A Legal Protection Workshop For Busy Parents
We know how difficult it is to find the time to get these important matters handled. Check out the information about this one-time option. By taking a few hours on a Saturday afternoon, you can get your kids immediate and permanent guardians named as well as your own Financial and Health Powers of Attorney. You will learn how to complete the forms, make the decisions necessary, get your own documents witnessed and notarized, and that’s IT!
Again, this is a one-time opportunity for us to help Chandler parents complete this important step and we must register at least 80 parents to make this work! So please share this information with other parents who have not had the time to get this completed. You can complete your registration and pay online for this afternoon event scheduled for Saturday, April 29, from 2 to 5 pm at Basha Elementary School in Chandler.
We look forward to helping you get this taken care of.