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Young Adults (Age 18+)

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Essential legal planning for every young adult over the age of 18

Once your child turns 18, you lose the legal ability to make decisions for your child or even to find out basic legal, financial or health care information.

Like most parents, you may be surprised to learn that if your 18 year old “child” had a medical emergency while away at school without the proper legal documents in place, you may not be able to speak to the doctors.

Instead, you would have to go to court and ask a Judge’s permission to obtain information about your own child’s medical condition or to be able to make decisions about their treatment.

3 Key Documents Every Young Adult Must Have

These 3 key documents are a part of our “Graduate’s Planning Kit” – they give you the legal permission you need to HELP your child in an emergency!

  1. A Heath Care Proxy
  2. HIPAA Authorization
  3. And a Durable Power of Attorney

Don't Leave Their Future To Chance

We are dedicated to ensuring your young adult child’s future is secure. Contact our Client Services Coordinator today to get started on their estate planning.

Protect Your Young Adult Today

To learn more about how to protect your young adult, download our comprehensive Graduation Guide. This guide provides essential information to ensure your child is legally protected as they step into adulthood.

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