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Planning for the Care of Minor Children
Aug 18, 2015

Most Wills contain provisions for the appointment of a guardian in the event that both parents of a minor child are deceased. However, a Will is not effective until death and therefore is not effective to designate a guardian for a child whose sole parent is alive but mentally or physically incapacitated. Jenna Ichikawa explains what you can do to protect your children if you become incapacitated.

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