Something which is often kicked around by financial advisers is private education, sort of meaning: if something happened to you, your kids would go/move to private education from public education.
Now this may be a wish you have but the practical reality is your kids have had a significant change with the loss or disability of a parent. Why would you inflict more change on them by pulling them away from their friends and stable routine to send them to private schooling? Sounds like a great way of scarring them for life at a vulnerable time.
Ok maybe there is an existing situation around education or support which is required, yes make sure this is covered. Creating more emotional trauma shouldn't be part of your planning. My 2 cents worth ;)
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