What would happen to your children if something unthinkable happened to you?
Have you considered your wishes for child guardianship if you are not here?
Kids Protection? The most important
Our Kids Protection Plan will educate you on the steps you need to take, help you establish necessary protocols and safeguards, and will provide all necessary documents to ensure that your children are immediately and properly taken care of in case of your incapacity or passing. Learn about the 6 most common mistakes to avoid in naming a guardian for your children.
Do not sit with a sense
of false security.
We offer a free review of your current plan to ensure that it fits your family’s needs and is not destined to fail when your family needs it most. To learn more about our Kids Protection Plan, click here.
Our plan sets up guardians to provide temporary or permanent care for your children when you are not able to do so. It also establishes “first responders”, which are individuals chosen by you who can quickly take custody of your children and care for them until temporary or permanent guardians are able to take over. We help you prepare clear and concise instructions.
If you live on Florida’s west coast in the communities of Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, Northport, Englewood or Port Charlotte, we can meet with you in person to explore how you can put the Kids Protection Plan in place for your family.
Call us today for a Kids Protection Plan consultation: (941) 275-2785.
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