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Yes I have a will (well actually it's a trust). We have first, second, and third guardians for the kids (in case someone on the list dies first it something). It's set up so the guardian doesn't necessarily have to take the kids, but they would decide who would. We did it that way because circumstances can always change, and we didn't want to keep having to change our will each time. Right now, my sister would probably take the kids since she is close to them and doesn't have any of her own kids right now.
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I know this is so important and I have not completed it yet. I was doing Suze Ormans Program to pretty much do it myself and then have the necessary people sign off on it but I stopped. Plus, its hard when his father does not want to talk about things like this
i still haven't done ours. and i need to get on it. We do have my eldest brother as the "secondary beneficiary" on our life insurance policies. He is who we would want the kids to go to, in the event we both pass away.
But the more i think about it, the sadder i get, because my kids are so used to seeing my parents everyday...and my brother lives 4 hours away. So, it would be a shock for them to be without their parents, and then also my parents. BUT i really dont want my parents raising my kids, because of their age. I'd like someone who is aged more appropriately. I'd hope that in that event, they (my brother & my parents) would figure out how to make the transition smooth.