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Do not forget to set the guardian of the minor children in the will

The number of orphaned children has risen sharply amid the second wave of corona. In this condition, the family members do not understand what to do. At such a time, if you are a parent, then your first concern will be about the future of the child. Experts say that in view of the present condition, parents should make a will and should not forget to decide the guardian of their young child in that condition.

Under the will law, the guardian has the right to make financial decisions and other rights up to the age of 18 years. According to Hindu law, the natural guardian of a child is its parent. After the father’s death, the natural guardian of that child becomes the mother. However, it is necessary to make the parents of the children in case of both. In this era of Corona period, there is a need to make a will keeping in view the long-term welfare of the children.

It is also possible to take help of the court

If the name of the guardian is not given in any will, the help of the court can be taken in such a situation. This right is given under the Hindu Minorities and Guardianship Act, 1956. In the will, a member of the family can apply to the court to decide the guardian, if the name of the guardian is there. The court, when deciding who to appoint as guardian, takes into account various factors such as age, gender, parental will and the child’s personal law. The welfare of the child is of paramount importance in deciding the guardian.

Parvesh Maurya
Parvesh Maurya
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