Five Considerations When Nominating a Guardian for Minor Children
By Kiley Stuchlik, Attorney at Law
In our January 2020 blog, I discussed the importance of parents nominating others to take care of their children, both financially and physically, in the event of the death or incapacity of both parents. The proper place to nominate individuals to serve in the roles of guardian and trustee/conservator for minor children is in one’s last will and testament. In this article, I will focus on the guardianship role and five key considerations when nominating guardians for minor children:
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Steve Stuchlik & Kiley Stuchlik - Attorneys at Stuchlik Law PLLC practicing estate planning, probate, real property, and local government law.