Article preview: Have you made legal provision for your children in the event of your death or another event stopping you from caring for them? It’s a horrible thing to think about, but so important for parents to take steps to make this important legal provision for their kids. According to some new research, almost two thirds of parents have not made any provision for who would raise their children if they could no longer care for them. The research from Direct Line Life Insurance found 65% of parents in this difficult position, without a will in place to make suitable legal provision for the care of their children.
Have you made this important legal provision for your children?
This 772 word blog post looks at new research into making legal provision for the care of children in the event of the parents dying. Includes an expert comment from Jane Morgan, Business Manager at Direct Line Life Insurance. Written on 14th November 2018.
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