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Guardianships in Texas

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Although estate planning is typically associated with the wealthy or elderly, it is perhaps even more important for younger individuals to plan for their future. One of the most crucial aspects of estate planning for parents involves naming a guardian for your children in case you are no longer able to care for them.

At the Wynne Law Firm, our Fort Worth estate planning attorneys can help you prepare for the uncertainties of life. We take the time to learn about our clients’ unique needs and wishes, and craft personalized estate plans to help them protect their family’s best interests.

It is never too early to protect your family. Call (817) 332-2202 today to get started.

Things to Consider When Choosing a Guardian

It can be very tough to choose a guardian for your children, as you want to make sure that your children will be raised according to your wishes. However, your primary goal should be to protect the best interests of your kids. Your Fort Worth estate planning lawyer can help you make the best decision for you and your family.

When choosing a potential guardian, consider the following:

  • Do they have similar values and religious beliefs?
  • Do they live relatively close to your family?
  • Does your child already feel comfortable with them?
  • Will it be difficult for them to physically care for your child?
  • Will they be young enough to keep up with your child?

The Different Types of Guardians

Many parents find a guardian who is a good fit in many ways, but they are simply not good with finances. In these situations, it is typically best to name one person the physical guardian of the children, meaning they will be primarily responsible for raising them, making sure they are clothed and fed, etc.

You can also then name a financial guardian, who will be responsible for managing your estate and any inheritance your kids will be set to receive. One way to do this is through a living trust, in which you can name a trustee. You’ll want to make sure that the physical and financial guardians can work together in case a disagreement arises.

Our highly experienced attorneys can help you protect your family’s future. Call us today at (817) 332-2202.

Don’t Wait to Plan Ahead

While it can be tough for many people to plan for the future after they are gone, having a proper estate plan in place can actually give you peace of mind knowing that your family and children will be taken care of.

At Wynne Law Firm, our Fort Worth estate planning attorneys bring more than a century of experience to our clients’ cases. When you retain our firm, you can trust that you have a dedicated, highly skilled advocate on your side who will work to help you attain your goals. No matter how old you are, how many assets you have, or how many kids you have, we can help you benefit from an estate plan.

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