Category Archives for 18+ Planning

Tips for High School Parents – The Dad Lawyer

Amanda Mulhall of The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC and Paul Hemphill, College Admissions Strategist, give tips for high school parents, including college admissions, planning for college, paying

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Estate Planning Questions- National Estate Planning Awareness Week 2017

I hope you’ve enjoyed National Estate Planning Awareness Week as much as we have! It’s our mission to ensure that every child in the Commonwealth is protected -no matter what- and we appreciate

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18+ Planning – National Estate Planning Awareness Week

A question we get a lot from our clients, who are planning with us is “We are protecting our kids, but are our kids, themselves actually protected?” When this question comes from a client with

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My child is over 18 years old. What legal documents do they need?

A question we get a lot from our clients, who are planning with us is “We are protecting our kids, but are our kids, themselves actually protected?” When this question comes from a client with

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Protecting Your Young Adult

Your Rights as the Parent of a Young Adult – What You Need to Know When a Medical Crisis Hits

As a parent of an young adult, you are most likely quite accustomed to managing the legal and medical affairs of your children, as circumstances require. If your child requires urgent medical attention

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Your ‘Young Adult’ needs legal planning, too.

Parents: Is your “baby” an adult now?  As high school graduation approaches, you and your child may be planning for college as their next phase of life; meeting next year’s roommate, selecting the

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Essential Legal Planning for Young Adults

The simple fact is that the day your child turns 18, he or she becomes a young adult, and has the legal rights of an adult. What this means for you is that you lose your prior held rights to make medical

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5 Legal Documents Every Parent Should Have

Got Kids? Parents: these are the 5 legal documents you need to have, no matter your income level or family makeup.

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Five Strategies For Paying For College When Money Is Tight

Everyone knows how important it is to have a college degree… As a parent, you know that providing your children with a college education is one of the best things you can do to ensure their future. Yet,

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