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New to Modesto and am working for a lawyer that helps parents formally name legal guardians for their children should the unthinkable happen

Posted by on Sep. 23, 2013 at 2:52 PM
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Hello Mothers and friends:


We are a Modesto, California law firm that helps parents name legal guardians for their children and with estate planning (Wills & Trusts).  

The link below is to one of our websites where you can name legal guardians for your kids free of charge - there is no obligations to buy anything.  And the do-it-yourself software takes just 10 minutes and allows you to print your own documents.  

We just feel it is important for parents to take care of this because if you don't and something were to happen to you, a judge will determine who takes care of your kids, not you.  Make sure your kids are never raised by anyone you wouldn't want.  Again, this is a completely free service for busy moms like those in this group.  

Here's the link: http://tagrelaw.kidsprotectionplan.com/

Do not hesitate to contact us if we can help with any other family estate planning matter.

Tagre Law Office, A Professional Corporation

209-877-7457


by on Sep. 23, 2013 at 2:52 PM
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specialwingz
by Corey on Sep. 23, 2013 at 2:58 PM

While what you do is a good thing, this is a group for learning how to run a household on a budget.


mybratsmom
by Silver Member on Sep. 23, 2013 at 3:39 PM
I think that it's very important to remember that while every parent should have legal documents that state their wishes should the worst happen, it's also VERY important to know that laws vary state to state and if not done appropriately, these types of free documents can actually be more harmful than helpful.

As an employee in a law firm, you should also be aware of advertising regulations that are enforceable against both the employee, the attorney responsible, and the firm. This post is a prime example of such and I would consider presenting it to your marketing rep and supervising attorney immediately.

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