When your child reaches the age of 18, he or she will gain the right to vote, the right to contract, the right to get married, the right to decide where to live, the right to consent or refuse medical treatment. Doctors and other medical providers may be restricted from sharing your adult child’s health information with you because of health care privacy laws. As your child approaches the age of 18, you may want to consider obtaining guardianship. This presentation will address how to determine if guardianship is appropriate for your child, alternatives to a guardianship, and the procedure for obtaining a guardianship
Join us as Special Needs Financial Specialist Allison Schaberg, along with a Special Needs Attorney Lisa Wilson, share information about guardianships and how to successfully plan for your future.