New book guides readers through guardianship decision-making

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‘Letters to My Child’s Guardian’ from attorney Virginia C. Antipolo-Utt demystifies complex legal processes

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It asks every parent, “If you could take time now to make it possible to dramatically help your child navigate a profoundly difficult time later, would you?”

Attorney and author Virginia C. Antipolo-Utt shares a layperson-friendly guide to the often daunting but important legal task of choosing guardians for one’s minor children and supplementing one’s formal estate plan with parental hopes and values in her new book, “Letters to My Child’s Guardian: Together with My Very Personal Gift and Legacy to My Unbelievably Amazing Child” (published by WestBow Press).

“Law can be complex,” Antipolo-Utt says. “Families are always even more complex. My book will guide parents through many questions to ask and answer to help them make more educated guardianship, will and trust decisions when working through the maze of estate planning decisions with their own legal counsel. It is not meant to supersede one’s estate plan or to provide specific legal advice, but rather to add the personal back story, statement of wishes and desired parental perspective to understand estate planning intentions more fully.”

“Letters to My Child’s Guardian” provides a comprehensive overview of many other vital topics to consider, prompting parents to action to supplement their estate plans with non-legally binding suggestions and values, and to create a unique catastrophe resource. It asks every parent, “If you could take time now to make it possible to dramatically help your child navigate a profoundly difficult time later, would you?”

Antipolo-Utt hopes to uplift readers and encourage them to intentionally focus on transferring their true personal wealth on to their children by sharing their invaluable life lessons and insights and creating a heartfelt legacy to captivate future generations.

“Letters to My Child’s Guardian”
By Virginia C. Antipolo-Utt
Softcover | 8.25 x 11 in | 748 pages | ISBN 9781490841861
E-Book | 748 pages | ISBN 9781490841878
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
For over 30 years, attorney Virginia Antipolo-Utt has provided estate planning advice to her clients. She graduated from Duke University Law School, enjoys writing and lives with her husband, daughter and fur-faced friends near Seattle, Washington.

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