Learn what you need to have in place to make sure your children receive the best care and protection possible if misfortune hits
Thu, Nov 5, 2015 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
If you're a parent of young children, protecting them from harm is at the top of your list of priorities. Preventing a toddler from falling down the stairs, making sure your child looks both ways before crossing the street and requiring a helmet when riding a bicycle are virtually second nature.
Sometimes, however, potential harms aren't so obvious and can result when something happens to you that directly affects your children. Having a plan in place in the event of your death or disability is a critical part of protecting your family.
Learn what you need to have in place to make sure your children receive the best care and protection possible if misfortune hits. We'll cover wills, trusts, guardianship designations, life insurance, estate taxes and more. You'll come away with a checklist of things you can do to create a safety net that will protect your family if misfortune hits.
Shannon McNulty is an attorney and founder of a boutique law firm in New York City that caters to the legal and estate planning needs of parents with young children. She also founded the website www.savvy-parents.com, a resource for parents to receive unbiased advise on legal and financial issues so that they can make smart decisions for their families.
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