The team at Scott Bloom Law is pleased to introduce our Young Adult Dependent Program, specifically developed to help young adults as they make the transition to legal adulthood. As you enter adulthood, it is extremely important to begin preparing for anything that life may throw at you. While it is understandable at this young age to feel healthy, energetic, and even indestructible, at any time you may quickly be confronted with a crisis that requires timely decision-making that may carry long-term implications for both your physical and financial well-being. Once you turn 18 years old, in the eyes of the law you are an adult, with all of the adult responsibilities that come with it. Unlike before, if something were to happen to you, legally speaking, your parents are no longer in a position to speak for you. This can put you and your family in a stressful and perhaps costly position.
Having the proper paperwork and strategic plans in place for any contingency allows you, and your family, to avoid undue stress were you to be confronted with an unexpected crisis. As an example, this could include granting your parents Power of Attorney, allowing for them to speak on your behalf on financial and medical issues if you were to be incapacitated. It is always best to be prepared and by utilizing our program, you will be ahead of the game. Live for today but plan for tomorrow.