Estate Planning and Minors

MAJORING IN MINORS

Do you have any minor children (i.e., under age 18 in most states)? If you do, then your calendar is likely filled to overflowing with their school commitments and extra-curricular activities. Besides time, all of these commitments and activities require money … and lots of it. Since your children are worth the investment of both your time and your money, what plans have you made for them in a world without you? What would happen if your children were orphaned today?

Estate Planning and Minors – (Download as PDF)