When we become parents, we make a solemn promise, a pact, with ourselves to only ever do what’s best for our children. So, as the years go by, we try to make sure they do well in school. We put clothes on their back and food on the table. We try to teach them the difference between right and wrong, and we hope that it will be enough to make them strong, moral adults.
For many parents, once the child is out of the house, they can breathe easy, feeling as though they don’t have all that much to do for their children anymore. However, as any estate planning lawyer worth their salt can tell you, that’s folly. If you have debt, a large estate, or any other considerable financial debts or holdings that could cause trouble for or between your children once you pass, you need to find someone who can help