Leopard Print (969.7 days ago) I dont have one. Can someone please tell me how I can get one?
kyncade (969.8 days ago) What you need is a Will and a Living Revocable Trust. The Trust is important for your children because if you want them to ultimatly end up with your inheritance that is the way they have it preserved for them until they are of a legal age to take possesion. It will outline your exact wishes and say who will care for them until they mature and how they should be cared for, etc. There is a kit available from Suze Orman (she is the financial guru Oprah made famous) on her website suzeorman.com that will get you set up with both of these documents. And if you would like the kit for free just PM me and I will give you the password which you have to enter in the `gift code` area. Such an overwhelming thing trying to figure all this out, and so difficult to think of these kind of possibilites! But of course you obviously love your children enough to plan for anything and everything :) Good luck with all this!
Lilmissesmum- (969.8 days ago) my dh is the one with the will he always makes sure to have a part stating that if both of us die my oldest sister is to look after our children. He reveiws it every 2 yrs or something just in case situations have changed. We looked at who we thought was financially available to raise them, who is in a good age frame and also who will maintain their relationship with the other side of their family.
bellajenna (969.9 days ago) I am the only parent my kids have left(dad all ready passed away) and i really need to get one done. hard part is who do they go to.
momzie (969.9 days ago) Our house and cars are all in my name. When I went into the hospital to have a surgery after my son was born, I wrote out a dated statement that said `In the event that I, First name, last name die, my husband, first name last name shall inherit all of my possessions and the value attached to them. Including the property at (address) and the (make, model, years of our cars). In the event that we both die, we would like our son to be raised by (sister`s name) and for her, (sister's name) to the beneficiary of all financial benefits. Then I signed it, and my neighbor signed as a witness.
hunnybunnysmama (969.9 days ago) I`ve been meaning to do this but haven`t yet. I have, however, opened a life insurance policy for my DD. Of course it too sounds just terrible but I can`t imagine going thru a loss such as this and NOT having the funds to take care of it or letting the financial strain be a constant reminder for the next 10 yrs as I pay it off.
luvin colton (969.9 days ago) i had to since i couldnt imagine what would happen if his parents got my son, it would be fatal. luckily my step dad is a paralegal so he wrote one up for me so my mom will make any and all decisions in the event i or both my husband and i die(my dh is a firefighter and home 6 days a month )
blondie9504 (970 days ago) My Dad and Stepmom have been reminding me to make out a paper saying what shoud be done with my DD in the event that her father and I die. It sounds horribe, but they mean well because my mother is a psycho bitch and couln`t take care of me or herself and she doesn`t need to be around my child alone EVER. My SO and I are getting married out of state next March(only because we don`t want my mom to ruin everything)It`s quite a drive and anything could happen. My DD is staying with my Dad and Stepmom so we can get married and have a `honeymoon` Anywho...I don`t know how to word a paper like that so my mother has no chance in hell of getting custody of my daughter and so if she sees my daughter at all it will be supervised visits and she will NEVER be allowed to take her ANYWHERE.