What to Consider When Choosing a Guardian for your Child

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No parent wants to think about dying before their children let alone who they would want to raise them. Unfortunately, as parents, it is one of those decisions we don't want to make but have to. If there isn't anything in writing, there has to be a special proceeding to appoint someone to be the guardian. Do you want your children to be in limbo after your death on where and with who they will live? Won't it be difficult enough for them to deal with your death? Taking the time now to take certain things into consideration, talking to the potential guardian and having a plan in place is a wonderful gift to your children.

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