Free Legal Seminar for Parents
LayRoots Seminar for Parents: "Naming Legal Guardians"
Online registration will not available for this training in Bellevue until the next date has been scheduled. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have about specific workshops, including requests to host trainings at your center or school.
Are you one of the 69% of parents who have not yet named legal guardians for your children? Most parents know that they need to name legal guardians, but they don't know how, they may not have gotten around to it yet, or they may have done so ineffectively, e.g., sticky note on the fridge! Join the Lawyer-Humans at LayRoots, guest presenters at Simplicity Learning in Bellevue, as they lead parents through the process of naming legal guardians with plenty of tips along the way on how to avoid the six most common mistakes made during this process. Best of all, walk out with signed guardianship legal documents in your hands!
More information about the guest presenters may be viewed at LayRoots.com.
“While life may be difficult and hard for parents, leaning on other adults and shielding a child from one’s adult-size troubles can protect the parent/child relationship from inverting.”
- Deborah MacNamara
In this seminar, parents will discover:
- the 6 most common mistakes parents make when naming guardians, even when working with a lawyer – and how to fix them.
- how to choose the right guardians for their children and make sure their children are never taken from their home or placed with strangers if something happens to the parents.
- how to make sure their assets are immediately and privately available to the people they’ve named to care for their children.
- why a will alone is simply not enough to make sure their kids are taken care of the way they want, by the people they want, no matter what.
This 1.5 hour seminar is offered free of charge to registered attendees. LayRoots is available to discuss additional estate planning services; please find their contact information at www.LayRoots.com.