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FAQs About Protecting Minor Children in North Carolina
Jackie Bedard and the CFEP team have written these frequently asked questions for those with concerns about how to best protect minor children in the event they are gone.
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What's the Difference Between a Testamentary Trust, Revocable Living Trust, and Irrevocable Living Trust?
What is a Living Trust and Why You Might Want One?
Who Would Make Medical Decisions for Your Minor Children?
Why is it important to legally name guardians for my minor child? Can’t I just tell my family what my guardian preferences are?
Should my minor child’s guardian be the same person as my child’s trustee?
Is the court required to follow my appointment of guardian?
If my child’s other parent and I are not together, how does that impact guardianship?
What should I do if there is a certain family member that I do not want trying to get custody of our children (and their money)?
What is a Children’s Safeguard Plan?
Do I Need a Trust for My Minor Children?