Protect Your Children’s Future

Summer has come to an end and college freshmen have started the next chapter in their life. As this new journey begins, your child may be turning 18 which means they are considered a legal adult. This newly acquired ‘adult status’ comes with many new rights and responsibilities that are often overlooked. Even though the state of Texas considers your child an adult, most likely they still rely on you for the majority of their finances and medical support. In a perfect scenario, there shouldn’t be any issues, however, aside from paying tuition, ordering books and registering for classes there are three important documents that should be in place to protect your child in case of an emergency.

Below is a checklist of the most essential documents you should have once your child turns 18.

Check list

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Law Offices of Debbie J. Cunningham

Debbie Cunningham is an Irving attorney providing affordable estate planning to the Dallas/ Fort-Worth areas. She understands the steps you should take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Debbie is family-focused and wants to ensure her clients are fully informed on the options that are available for their families. Debbie’s own blended family has given her valuable insights into the complexities of family dynamics.

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