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As a parent, there is nothing more important than the safety of your children. It’s second nature to us to protect them from physical or emotional harm, to support them, and provide for them financially. But have you ever considered what would become of your children, if something happens to you? How will you protect them if you are no longer able to do so? This is why it is ever so important to plan for your children’s future so that they will be taken care of the way you would, when you are no longer able to do so.

As a mother, and practicing estate planning attorney, Grace P. Schoemakers is committed to helping parents, just like you, to take care of their children, no matter what the future might hold. Attorney Schoemakers has helped countless of families with their estate planning needs, and empowered them to take control of their legal lives and keeping their minor children safe when they are unable to be there to protect them themselves.

Kids Health and Safety

At GP Schoemakers, PLLC we understand that there are many options on how you can protect your children, their rights and interests. This is why we sit down with you to guide you through the estate planning process so that we can address all your needs and concerns about your family, your future, and the future of your loved ones.

Our Kids Safety Plan™ is an extra layer of protection that the average estate plan lacks. The Kids Safety Plan™ is designed to uniquely address the protection of your children, whether you are single, married, in an LGBTQ relationship, separated or divorced. It allows you to consider all your options when planning so that you can make an informed decision about your children’s future and create not only an efficient but also effective plan for their future. We can guide you through the process of identifying and appointing guardians for your children if you have not yet done so. Additionally, we can help you create asset protection trusts to protect your children from future creditors, predators, divorce and themselves, and this is just the beginning.

As parents ourselves, we encourage you to contact our office and schedule an appointment to discuss your specific needs and concerns so that we may help you create an estate plan that will protect you and your family, now and in the future.

Do you have minor children? Don’t have an estate plan? Don’t delay any longer. Call our office today at (832) 408-0505.

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