Importance of a Will
Dangers of Do-It-Yourself
POWER OF ATTORNEY
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Your children and dependents are presently heavily dependent upon
yourself and should you no longer be there for them, they will become
highly dependent upon their appointed guardian. This will be a very
onerous obligation for the individual(s) who is appointed and accepts
the appointment of serving as the guardian for your children. For they
must fill void left by your passing, with the additional emotional and
psychological challenges that will impact your children as a result of
their having lost their parents and primary care-givers.
As the new primary care-givers, the guardian is required not only
required to act a replacement parent, they will also generally be
entrusted with overseeing the financial protection of the child. This is
not something that can be left to chance, but should be appropriately
set out ahead of time such that there are clear parameters and rules for
your children's upbringing. As such, your children's future is best
insured and direct by taking appropriate pro-active measures to direct
their future well-being, which begins with your conversation with the
right lawyer on the topic.
To request more
information or to schedule an appointment with Calgary guardianship lawyer
Christopher R. Neufeld, feel free to call 403-400-4092 or email at email@example.com.
Neufeld is admitted to
practice law in Alberta (law firm mailing address: 77 Tuscany Ridge Mews NW, Calgary, Alberta).
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