But should something happen to you, who would get custody of your children?
You can leave it to chance or you can specifically direct the people to raise your children.
Wills can address guardianship of your children so you get to direct who will raise them. In fact, Section 2159 Pennsylvania's Probate, Estates and Fiduciaries Code specifically empowers the writer of a will to name the guardians of their children.
Attorney Scott M. Amori has decades of experience drafting wills to help parents not only plan their estates but also direct who would raise their children. Contact the estate planning attorneys at Amori & Associates to arrange for a no obligation consultation at (570) 421-1406.