Justine Bieber, who is currently dating Selena Gomez, has recently revealed that he wants a family someday. The 17-year-old star says he wants to be a young father and hopes that at 25 years of age he will be married and looking to start a family. As for now, the teen sensation, who is close with his parents and grandparents, enjoys being a young adult.

Justin Bieber, who is currently dating Selena Gomez, has recently revealed that he wants a family someday. The 17-year-old star says he wants to be a young father and hopes that at 25 years of age he will be married and looking to start a family. As for now, the teen sensation, who is close with his parents and grandparents, enjoys being a young adult. Full article.

Estate planning is vital for every family, especially families with small children. It is best practice to review your Last Will and Testament as your family dynamics change. For a family with young children, it is important to include Guardianship and Conservatorship nominations for all minor children. Most families opt to nominate the same person to serve as Guardian of their children so that their children will remain under the same roof. Before you make that nomination it is important to sit down and talk to the person who you wish to care for your children to make sure that person would feel comfortable assuming such a major responsibility. It is also important to consider a testamentary trust, so that your child does not receive an inheritance in one lump sum. Many choose to disperse funds in smaller sums over a many years. Parents of minor children face many big decisions. Having a well thought out Estate plan can ease much of the stress of the unknowing.

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