Who Will Care for Your Child When You Cannot?

Who Will Care for Your Child When You Cannot?

As a parent, you are responsible for the care of your minor child. In most circumstances, this means getting them up for school, making sure they are fed, and providing for other basic needs. However, what would happen if you and your child’s other parent were unable...
What Is a Conservatorship?

What Is a Conservatorship?

A conservatorship is a court-ordered arrangement that gives one person (or multiple people), called a conservator, legal authority to manage the affairs of another person, known as a conservatee or ward. Most jurisdictions—recognize two types of conservatorships: A...

When and How Will Your Child Receive Their Inheritance?

If you do not have an estate plan, your child’s inheritance will be managed for their benefit until they reach the age of majority, and then it will be given to them outright. Although they will be a legal adult, they may not be prepared for a large influx of money...