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Every mom deserves the peace of mind that their child’s future is secure. Should the unimaginable happen, you want to ensure your children are taken care of how you want and by whom you want. We all know moms are superheroes who constantly strive to protect and provide for their children, ensuring their happiness, health, and security. But moms’ lives get hectic! And there is one crucial aspect that often gets overlooked: estate planning, specifically having a Child Guardian Plan in place. A Child Guardian Plan from Reyna Law prioritizes your child’s well-being and future by naming guardians, ensuring their inheritance is passed on seamlessly, and creating a Children’s Trust to safe-guard their inheritance.

Picture this: what would happen to your little ones if something unexpected were to happen to you and your partner? It’s a difficult scenario to imagine, but having a solid Child Guardian Plan can make all the difference in ensuring your child’s well-being and future.

At Reyna Law, our approach to estate planning offers a framework for creating a comprehensive Child Guardian Plan. Here is what a Child Guardian Plan from Reyna Law covers:

  • Guardian Selection: Carefully choose a guardian who shares your values, parenting style, and whom you trust totally to care for your children.
  • Backup Guardians: Have alternate guardians lined up in case your first choice is unable to fulfill the role.
  • Short term guardians: Plan for short-term guardianship arrangements if the permanent guardians cannot immediately take on the role.
  • Financial Support: Specify how your child’s financial needs will be met, like setting up a Children’s Trust. 


Education and Healthcare: Outline your preferences for your child’s education and healthcare decisions, ensuring they receive the care and education you desire.

  • Religious and Cultural Beliefs: If these are important to your family, include instructions on how you want your child to be raised in accordance with your beliefs.
  • Emergency Contact List: Maintain an updated list of emergency contacts, including family members, friends, neighbors, and healthcare providers, and others involved in your child’s life.
  • Regular Review: Keep your plan up to date as circumstances change, ensuring it reflects your current wishes and circumstances.

Reyna Law, Austin TexasHaving a Child Guardian Plan is not just about legalities; it’s about peace of mind and ensuring your children are cared for by the right people in the event of your absence. It’s a gift of security and love that every mother deserves. 

Reyna LawAt Reyna Law, our attorneys specialize in Child Guardian Planning as part of developing comprehensive estate plans custom-tailored to your family’s unique dynamics and goals. Our team at Reyna Law is here to support you every step of the way. If you don’t have a Child Guardian Plan in place yet, contact Reyna Law to get started today. 



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