Prepare Your Young Adults

Turning 18, graduating high school, and moving out are huge accomplishments. These life events bring new rights and serious responsibilities that most families overlook. Many parents believe it is too early to plan because their children have few assets. A concern for assets only covers part of the picture; incapacity planning is critical for young people. Once your children become legal adults, financial and medical decisions are solely up to them.  

You work hard to protect your children and provide them with all the security available when they are yours to care for. This is why, before you send them out into the world, take steps to help them set up a durable power of attorney, medical power of attorney, HIPAA authorization, and maybe even a Will. These powerful documents provide them with life-planning protection. 

This planning can protect them temporarily and permanently if something unfortunate changes their lives. 

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