When you procrastinate with regard to any given responsibility you may recognize the fact that you are taking a risk. Taking risks when you will be the person suffering the consequences should they arise is one thing. But when you gamble with the well-being of your children the situation is far more serious.
Everyone should have an estate plan in place, but it is absolutely essential for parents with young children.
You may think that you don’t have to worry about it because you will be living for a very long time. However, the news reports around the country are full of stories about fatalities that take place each and every day, and the victims are often times young adults.
If you are married and you have children what would happen to them if you and your spouse passed away together in an accident? Obviously this is a nightmare scenario, but things like this do take place.
As we all know, single-parent households are very common in the United States today. Every single parent must make sure that provisions have been made for the well-being of their children should the unthinkable take place.
You absolutely must discuss your situation with a licensed and experienced estate planning lawyer if you are a parent, and there really is no room for procrastination here.
Take action right now to get in touch with us for a free consultation if you have not made the necessary advance plans. We have made it extraordinarily simple to connect. To arrange for a consultation click this link: Free Hartford Estate Planning Consultation or give us a call at 860-548-1000.
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