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Orlando Lawyer Explains How to Protect Your Children if Something Happens to You or Your Spouse

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Orlando Lawyer Explains How to Protect Your Children if Something Happens to You or Your Spouse

September 1, 2022
Geoff Hoatson

Protecting young children is something that most attorneys don't spend a lot of time thinking about. However, at the family first firm, we've created our children's Protection Plan, which ensures that if something happens to you, your children are always taken care of by the people you want in the way that you want. It ensures that from the moment something happens to you, there are temporary guardians who could get involved. It nominates permanent guardians to be appointed by the court. Those are the people who will actually raise your children until they reach the age of 18. And it gives them information they will need to do the job right information about your children's medical history, their doctors contact information, even your feelings about how you want them raised feelings about money, spiritual involvement, friends and family members that you want to be in their lives. It's really a manual for raising your children if you are unable to do it yourself.

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