The easiest answer is to write a will. Most attorneys only charge a couple hundred dollars and you will be worry free. I think it's a smart idea. Good luck!
I agree with attorney Brantly. You will need to include appropriate guardianship provisions in the Will itself. Enlist the help of an estate planning attorney to draft the document. This may be the most important document you write.
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