We’ve found that most people are not aware that even though they pay the medical insurance bill for their young adult, they ARE NOT entitled to their 18+ year old’s medical and financial information.
Even in the best of times, high school graduates – now adults – should create powers of attorney naming their parents or other trusted adults as their financial agents and medical proxies should they become temporarily incapacitated
This is especially relevant during times of a public health concern.
Want to gift these legal documents as a strange graduation present for a strange time?! We think you should, too.
Call us at 504-831-2348 to set a video call and signing meeting for you AND your adult child before they head off to school in a few weeks. You’ll be glad you did!
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