What is a Nomination of Guardian?
Often when Clients hire the Firm to draft their estate plan, the Attorney will recommend including a Nomination of Guardian document as part of their plan. A Nomination of Guardian is a document put in place to safeguard a Client’s wishes for who will act on their behalf if they become incapacitated. One of the goals of a proper estate plan, including Advance Directives and Durable Powers of Attorney, is to avoid the need for Court-appointed Guardianship. However, if Guardianship is needed, the Nomination of Guardian makes the Client’s wishes for who they would want to be appointed as Guardian known to the Court. A Nomination of Guardian allows you to proactively plan for unforeseen circumstances and to ensure that your loved ones can advocate for you.
The Team at Morneau Law is happy to meet with you and customize an estate plan that meets your goals. Call us today to schedule a consultation. We offer virtual as well as in-person meetings at our office in beautiful, downtown Nashua, with plenty of free parking.
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If you would like to speak with an Estate Planning Attorney or wish to learn more about a Nomination of Guardian, please contact us at (603) 943-5647 or fill out our online form here: https://morneaulaw.com/contact-us/
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