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How Should My Maryland Will Provide for My Children?, Maryland Estate Planning Lawyer Attorney Baltimore Maryland Wills TrustsWhen your will is drafted you should designate a person, or people, who will serve as guardian if you and your partner both die while your child is a minor; in Maryland this is a child under the age of 18. Your will also gives you the opportunity to create trusts that will control how, when and under what circumstances your assets will pass to your children. In this way, you can prevent funds from being distributed to children before they are mature enough to handle them responsibly. This also prevents certain creditors from obtaining the assets. There are many advantages and disadvantages to consider with different ways of distributing assets to children and you should meet with an estate planning attorney to discuss which options are best for your circumstance.

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