You Are a Great Parent. But Has Something Been Left Incomplete?
Who Will Take Care of Your Kids if Something Happens to You? And Will They Be Cared for The Way You Want?
What is a Kids Protection Plan?
A full Kids Protection Plan® includes naming guardians for the short-term, giving instructions to your legally named long-term and short-term guardians, giving instructions to your caregiver, and documenting exactly how you would want your children raised if anything happens to you.
Also included is a custom ID card for you to carry in your wallet and medical powers of attorney to give to your friends and family who may stay with your children when you go out of town (or if your children go out of town with them). Your Kids Protection Plan® may also include a confidential exclusion of guardianship, ruling out anyone you know you would never want to have care or custody of your children.
Why Do I Need to Name a Guardian Legally (and Not Just in My Will)?
Having a will alone simply does not ensure the care of your kids if the unthinkable happens to you!
Legally naming guardians keeps your family out of expensive and unnecessary conflict.
Naming godparents doesn’t ensure your children are raised by the people you want.
Don’t let a Judge, who doesn’t know you or what matters to you, decide who raises your kids.
Legally naming guardians is the first step to keep your family out of expensive and unnecessary conflict.
How Groover Law, PLLC, can help you with your Kid Protection Plan needs?
It’s very likely that you are one of the 69% of parents who have not named legal guardians for your kids yet. Or maybe you have named legal guardians, but you’ve made one of the six common mistakes that almost every parent makes when naming guardians, even after they’ve worked with a lawyer. As an experienced Personal Family Lawyer, I can help you choose the right guardians for your children and make sure your assets are immediately and privately available to the people you’ve named to care for your children.