Scion Assessments

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Family Legacy Inventory & Assessment Forms

Married with Minor Children

There are many ways a married family could look. This section is for traditional married families, blended families, and same-sex couples who have been married in a state where the marriage is considered lawful under their state laws and have any children under 18. These assessments will help you inventory your assets and consider who you would want to take care of your children in case of a temporary and a long-term situation that would prevent you from making decisions on behalf of your children.

Single with Minor Children

Many families have one parent for a variety of reasons, either due to a divorce, a death, or by choice. These assessments are designed for you and will help you inventory your assets and identify family members and friends who will receive your assets should/when something happens to you.

Married with Adult Children

There are many ways a married family could look. This section is for traditional married families, blended families, and same-sex couples who have been married in a state where the marriage is considered lawful under their state laws and have children over the age of 18. These assessments will help you inventory your assets and consider who you would want to take care of your children in case of a temporary and a long-term situation that would prevent you from making decisions on behalf of your children.

Single with Adult Children

Many families have one parent for various reasons, either due to a divorce, a death, or by choice. These assessments are designed for you and will help you inventory your assets and identify family members and friends who will receive your assets should/when something happens to you. This section is for people who have children over the age of 18.

Married with No Children

Married Couples who don’t have children need to think about how they want to handle their assets should something happens to both family members. These Assessments will help you inventory your assets.

Single with No Children

Single people who have homes and other investments who don’t have children need to think about how they want to handle their assets should something happens to them. These Assessments will help you inventory your assets.

Make the next step in protecting your loved ones. 

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