Wear Clean Underwear Book Resources

If you've read Wear Clean Underwear by now, you know how it is the essential and easy guide for parents who want to plan for their kids when the unexpected happens.

Get the book's companion resources and begin your journey to not just a Kid's Protection Plan for your family but the foundation of your own Life and Legacy Plan.

Still need the book?


Tools to Get Started

Choosing the Right
Guardian Worksheet

Choosing a person or family to care for your children is difficult. In fact, for many families, it’s the hardest part of planning their estate. Use our step-by-step worksheet get started.


How to Select the Right Trustee

A trust is a treasure chest in which you store all your assets. Once you put your assets in the treasure chest, you do not own them—your treasure chest does—and the trustee holds the key. That's why knowing how to select the right trustee is so important.


Personal Property Memorandum

Many families want specific items to go to specific beneficiaries. Whether you use a will or a trust—discuss your options with your Personal Family Lawyer—you can use our Personal Property Memorandum to help make sure your exact wishes are met.


10-Point Lifetime Trust Distributions “Cheat Sheet”

A Lifetime Asset Protection Trust (LAPT) is one of the best ways we’ve found to leave an inheritance to your heirs in such a way as to ensure that whatever you leave behind is protected from lawsuits, divorce, creditors, or bankruptcy.

This "cheat sheet" gives examples meant to inspire you in the assembly and personalization of the guidelines for your children’s Lifetime Trusts.


Failed Celebrity Estate Plans

Because the process of probate is public, many estate plans put their beneficiaries at risk of predators and those who would take advantage of even the smallest inheritances.

See some of the (in)famous wills discussed in Wear Clean Underwear as examples.


Take the next step

Whether you choose to move forward with working with a lawyer or not, the tools on this page are just the beginning of caring for your family when the inevitable happens. Many estate plans fail because laws and your life changes, and the inventory of what needs to be in your plan isn't kept up to date.

Use our FREE tool called the Personal Resource Map to build a clear path for your loved ones in the case of your incapacity or death.

PFL firms in your area


Hi, I’m Pam Starsia. I became a Personal Family Lawyer because I’m passionate about educating and empowering people to create estate, life, ...

Juniper Law, PLLC

I became a Personal Family Lawyer to help people like you and families like yours plan for the future. Facing the potential for incapacity a...

Das Law, PLLC

Let’s talk about your death . . . or incapacity. If something unfortunate happens, what will happen to your assets that you’ve worked so har...

Legacy Lawyers, PLLC

Hi. I’m John W. Heck. I became a Personal Family Lawyer because I have seen the consequences of failed estate planning in my immediate famil...

Edris Law

In my practice, I focus on Family Protection, Wealth Preservation, and Value-Based Planning. I’m also experienced with wealth planning strat...

Brown Law Offices

Lisa Brown Esq. is the principal attorney for Brown Law Offices. She received her J.D. from The George Washington University Law School and ...

Millennium Attorney

Naureen Rahman has been practicing law for over twenty years in the Maryland, DC-Metropolitan area. She has practiced across numerous sector...

Reflections Life Planning, LLC

I love being able to guide my clients through a unique planning process that empowers them to live a financially fulfilling life now while e...

I am an attorney dedicated to helping families in Virginia navigate the world of estate planning. With over 22 years of legal experience, I'...


Find peace of mind for your family today

You've planned your kids’ birthday parties, playdates, and education. But have you adequately planned for the care of your family if the unthinkable happened? What provisions are needed in the first 24 hours while the officials locate your family members and arrange for your children's care?

Whether you use a Personal Family Lawyer or you start on your own, having a documented plan for the care of your children is essential. Get started today.