If parents are not present or are not fit to care for their children, a grandparent, aunt, uncle or other close family member may seek guardianship in order to provide for the children in their time of need. Having this language set up in advance will safeguard your family in the event the parents are not able to provide. Jessica Hallenbeck, Realtor, Signature Real Estate Group and Nikita Burdick, Esq., Attorney, Burdick Law, help us understand the importance of Guardianship.
Jessica Hallenbeck, Realtor, and Nikita Burdick, Attorney, talk about the talk about Guardianship and its benefits. How it is very important to have an estate plan with a living will and the importance of naming someone to be the guardian to prevent child protective services to be involved in case something happens to the parents. Watch the entire video to learn more about this topic.
If you have questions about probate, trust, and real estate please feel free to reach out to Nikita Burdick, Esq at Burdick Law 702-481-9207 NBurdickLawNV.com or Jessica Hallenbeck, Realtor, Signature Real Estate Group 702-525-3813 HallenbeckTeam@gmail.com.