When your child turns 18, they are legally considered an adult. This means that, as a parent, you no longer have the legal rights you once had. If your child needs special care in any way, you need a college-bound power of attorney designation. Let The Law Offices of Bruce Peotter help you create and file the paperwork.
Contact attorney Peotter today to discuss your college-bound power of attorney options.
Setting up a college-bound power of attorney for your child might be the best option for your family. Just a few advantages include:
Being able to ensure your child's finances are secure
Knowing if your child needs medical care and ensuring it is received
Monitoring your child's grades to ensure they're succeeding in school
Make sure your child is safe and secure while they're away at college. Work with an attorney in Tustin, CA or Englewood, CO to obtain college-bound power of attorney.