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When considering who to appoint as ‘Legal Guardians’ for your children, you will need to consider the following:

  1. How do I feel about their values and parenting skills?
  2. Are they able to offer a stable family environment?
  3. What is the quality of their present relationship with my child / children?
  4. Are they willing and able to handle the responsibility of caring for my child / children on a long-term basis?
  5. Are they financially capable?
  6. Will they observe your religious and moral views?
  7. Are they of an appropriate age?
  8. If you live abroad, are the Guardians in another country? If so,
  9. Who would care for your child / children if both parents die until the permanent Guardians can assume the role?
  10. Do they have the ability and financial means for any travel involved for everyone concerned?
  11. Have you asked them if they are agreeable to being your child / children’s Guardians?
  12. How many Guardians should I appoint?


You may appoint just one Guardian, however, most people when writing their ‘Will’ choose to appoint two, typically a couple. However, having several Guardians can lead to disputes.

In the event of unexpected death:

Please note: Regarding young children, we strongly advise that you keep the contact details of your chosen Guardians with you.

e.g. In case of emergency, please contact ………………………………………………….on…………………………………..


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