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Perhaps it’s your third sleepless night in a row and the little voice inside keeps whispering, “Where do my kids go if I die?

Or, you’re not thinking about that…

You’re thinking about the project on your desk at work, you’re thinking about the other driver today who cut you off on the Parkway, on 95, on the Expressway.

You’re thinking that you’re late picking your kids up from daycare again – and they charge by the minute after 6 pm (they charge a lot per minute).  You’re thinking, can I feed my kids a boxed dinner four nights in a row?

That’s what’s on your plate. I hear you.

You don’t have time for worrying, but it’s all that you do.

You worry that your kids will get the chicken pox from that kid who’s parents can’t afford to keep him home. You’re worried that your boss will catch on that you’ve had to take a few extra “non-smoking” breaks because you’re so stress. You’re worried that your partner might lose their job because it’s all that upper management has been talking about. You’re worried that you won’t be able to pay your student loans, credit cards, and rent or mortgage this month.

Emotional Labor is Taking its Toll on You

Sleepless nights. Weight loss. Weight gain. Too much alcohol. Too many cookies. Too many boxed dinners.

Too much… too little … just never quite right.

It’s like the anti-Goldilocks situation.

And you know that as much as you are worrying about the here and now, that you’re not worrying about some other things.

So, you start worrying about
what you’re not worrying about

like …

Where will my kids go if my partner or I don’t come home? 

Have you ever thought about it? Ever worried about it? Ever heard that small voice in the back of your head saying, “What if…?” and then trail off ominously.

You have so many other things to worry about – big things, little things – that this just seems too overwhelming and you don’t know what to do.

Who will pick my kids up from school if I can’t?

Have you thought about this? Then thought, “Oh that’s fine, I completed the alternate pick up form at the school.”

Reality check – that’s not for you. That’s to protect the school from liability. The alternate pick up form won’t allow that person to watch your kid if the police come asking, or if a judge makes a decision. Nope. It just protects the school.

Besides, do you really want the person on the alternative pick up form to raise your kids?

Who will make sure my kids don’t eat what they’re allergic to?

You’ve completed a special meal plan at the school and your kid sits at the special “no-peanuts” table, but who makes sure at home that your kid doesn’t eat peanut butter.

You. Right?

You diligently read ingredient lists, food labels, and are surprised to find out how many things have peanuts in them.

Or soy. Or eggs. Or dairy. Or gluten.

Whatever it is. You are the person who makes sure your kids don’t eat something that will kill them. You keep the epi-pen in your purse and you pray you never have to use it. But you will, if you need to. Right in the leg.

Who will make sure my kids get to religious services if I don’t?

Religion and spirituality are a central part of your family; you and your partner decided that you’re going to raise your kids in the same tradition that you were raised.

You go to service every week, maybe more than once. You wake up early, take showers, put on nice clothes, and matching shoes (if you’re lucky).

What happens if you and your partner aren’t there to make sure your kids go? Who will take your kids? Who will make sure that they celebrate the holidays? Say their prayers before bed? Before each meal? Light the candles in the right order?

Right now, that’s you. Who will do it if you’re not around?

This program will help you create a plan – a safety net – to catch your kids if something ever happens to you. Not only is it important for you kids, but it’s vital to bring you peace of mind and remove some of the emotional labor that you’re carrying around.

Here's What You Get from the Children's Action Plan

Peace of Mind:

The calm, quiet certainty that you have created a plan that will spring into action if it’s ever needed. That means you can put your mind to more important things … like finding your kids left shoe. (Seriously, how do you lose one shoe?)


We’re here to support you. Our team will be there to answer your questions and provide guidance to support you and your use of your Children’s Action Plan. (We can’t help with the shoe, but we’d start with the toy box.)


By taking control of the unknown and facing it head on with a plan, you are empowering yourself, your friends, and your family. This empowerment gives you the freedom you need to devote energy to other areas of your life, such as being present at your kids music recital, supporting your partner at his company’s intramural softball team (yay …), and being an active member in your community.


Strengthen your connections with your partner, your kids, your friends, and your family. By creating the Children’s Action Plan, you will develop a deeper connection with your partner, determine what is most important for your family, and forge a greater friendship with the friends that you rely on to make sure your kids will always be given a safe place to grow up.

Here's What You Get in the Children's Action Plan

This Children's Action Plan is broken into four modules that are completely self-guided. This means you can take them at you own pace and at any time that works for you. So, go ahead, grab a fresh mug of tea, some head phones and feel free to work your way through the modules during yet another sleepless night. 

Module 1:


In this module, you’ll discover the core components of the Children’s Action Plan, what it can do for you, your family, and your peace of mind.

We’ll explain where those components came from and how they were developed. We’ll also debunk some die-hard myths of legal planning for children.

Module 2: 


In this module, you’ll learn how to build your Children’s Action Plan.

You’ll choose the right first responders to immediately take care of your kids if ever needed. You’ll discover a time-tested method to choose the right guardians to raise your kids if you can’t. And you’ll record everything that makes your family unique so that your kids will always have a sense of who you are.

After you’ve completed this module, you will have the foundations of your Children’s Action Plan established.

Module 3: 


After completing this module, your Children’s Action Plan will be created and ready for you to download and sign. You’ll be ready to schedule your signing ceremony!

Module 4: 


After completing this module, you’ll know exactly what you need to do with your newly minted Children’s Action Plan.

Here is everything included in your Children's Action Plan

Training on the Core Pillars of the Children's Action Plan

A $950.00 value

Guidance on Choosing the Right Guardians

A $950.00 value

First Responder (a.k.a. Temporary Guardian) Nominations

A $375.00 value

Long Term Guardian Nominations

A $550.00 value

Letters to Guardians

A $375.00 value

Children's Action Plan Family ID Cards

A $125.00 value

Medical Information Guides

A $250.00 value

Family Information Guides

A $250.00 value

Training on How To Effectively Use Your Children’s Action Plan

A $500.00 value

Training on Keeping your Plan in Tip Top Shape for Years to Come

A $500.00 value

#AwesomeParent Certificate


Total Value: $4,825.00

Total Children's Action Plan Investment: $497.00

Want to know how we reached the total value? If we were to provide you with this counseling, guidance and to create these documents for you on an individual basis, we would charge you our standard hourly rate. At the time of this writing in 2019, that hourly rate is $250.00 per hour. Based on our experience with creating similar plans, we have estimated the time to provide this service on a one-on-one basis to be approximately 20 hours, which includes time for counseling, guidance, communication and document creation. If you were to work with us individually, you may end up with a higher or lower fee depending on the guidance and counseling you require and the investment of time that is requirement from our team. By using this self-guided program, we can provide you with significant savings by not providing you with one-on-one guidance. Past results are no indicator of future success.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I’m a new parent, how early can I create a Children’s Action Plan?

I’m not a parent yet, but I have a bun in the oven, can I make the Children’s Action Plan now? 

I’m divorced from my kids’ other parents, do I need to work with him or her to create this plan?  

I’m a single-parent, will this work for me?

My kids are all in college, can I still create the Children’s Action Plan?  

How long will this program take for me to complete?

If this doesn’t work for me, can I get a refund?

If you’ve read this far, you owe it to yourself to honestly answer these questions:

What happens to your kids if you don’t come home from work?

If you can’t answer that question definitely – and I mean with a rock-solid plan from the time that you are discovered to be missing, injured, or dead, to the time that a family member is appointed by a judge to act as their guardian – then you need to ask yourself …

What happens between the time the police officer picks up my kids to the time the judge appoints a guardian?

Do you know who will be able to take care of your kids? Do they have the documents to show you gave them authority? Do you know that a judge will accept the documents and honor your wishes?

What if just one first responder nomination from the Children’s Action Plan …

… prevented your child from spending hours in a police station?

What if having the CAP ID card in your wallet told a police officer, or doctor or nurse that…

… you had kids at school or at home that needed to be taken care of?

What if having the medical information guides prevented a child care giver from

… giving your child medicine or food that your kid is allergic to?

What if having named just one guardian in your Children’s Action Plan …

… prevents your kids from spending time with a - however caring - foster family?

What is that peace of mind worth to you?

Is it worth a “honey and me” vacation without the kids? Knowing that they can spend time with your parents, safe and secure.

Is it worth a good nights sleep, not having the emotional labor of thinking “what if, what it, what if?”  

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