Category: Standby Guardian
Video: What is the difference between a guardian and a standby guardian?
VIDEO TRANSCRIPT What is the difference between a guardian and a standby guardian? You may have heard of both of these things and wonder, “How
Peace of Mind Through Estate Planning: An Interview with Attorney Sarah Siedentopf
The effects of the coronavirus continue to create uncertainty in our community. We’re unsure how long this situation will last and what we should do
Basics of Estate Planning (Part 6)
In the final installment of our Basics of Estate Planning series, estate planning and probate attorney Sarah Siedentopf talks about how and where to safely
Basics of Estate Planning (Part 5)
In part five of Siedentopf Law’s series on the Basics of Estate Planning, attorney Sarah Siedentopf talks about Standby Guardians for your children. A Standby
What do you need other than a will?
Siedentopf Law discusses what estate planning documents you need, in addition to a will. Hi, I’m estate planning and probate attorney Sarah Siedentopf. What do you need
How to Protect Your Child with a Standby Guardian
Many people are familiar with the estate planning term “guardianship,” which is where a parent designates a person to care for his or her child in case of death or permanent disability. However, Georgia law does provide a second guardianship option – which is known as a standby guardianship. A standby guardian legally takes custody of a child in the case of some unforeseen circumstance or triggering event. The parent does not relinquish his or her paren […]