With the COVID virus starting to make a second surge across the United States, including here in Arizona, one of the most common questions I get from people both online and in person is relating to Medical and Financial Powers of Attorney. Usually it is from folks with an aging or ill parent or parents or parents of
One of the most common questions I get from people both online and in person is relating to Medical and Financial Powers of Attorney. Usually it is from folks with an aging or ill parent or parents or parents of teens turning 18 and moving away from home (usually either traveling or away at school).
Spring Break is almost upon us. Here in Arizona, as kids turn 18, they are considered adults and parents don’t have the same legal authority to make choices for them any longer. If your 18 year old is temporarily or permanently unable to make choices (due to an illness or injury), no one would be
Right now all across the East Valley, even across the country, parents are shopping and packing their kids up to send them off on their own for the first time in most cases. Sending your 18+ kiddo off to college is stressful enough without worrying about all the “what if’s.” We believe having the right
You’re a Mom & Dad. What Now? Congratulations! You have experienced one of life’s true miracles! You have had a baby! It is truly amazing, but with ALL of the little details that are oh, so important in the here and now, thinking of your son or daughter’s future is probably not top of mind.
As you probably know, most states have laws that teens come “of age” at 18. This means that even though you are Mom or Dad, your child is considered a legal adult and you will no longer have the same rights to access to his or her medical and financial records. For many parents,