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June 20th, 2012
If you have minor children, you’ve probably had a “plane crash” nightmare: You and your spouse are on an airliner, when it suddenly plunges from the sky, leaving your kids at home with Grandma and Grandpa – for the rest of their lives.
Although it’s just a dream, the scenario should alert you to an important part of estate planning: Who do you want raising your children into adulthood if the unthinkable happens?
Many factors go into choosing a guardian for your children or a substitute if your first choice is unable to serve. Among the characteristics to consider:
Of course, any wish list must adapt to reality, but keep these characteristics in mind in your search for the right person. There are actually two aspects to guardianship:
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