Parents of teenagers face an increasingly complex and demanding series of legal and financial issues that include protecting their child from harm, financing their education, and keeping them out of trouble. Recent events have shown that parents even need to keep themselves out of trouble when their child acts up. Three attorneys provide guidance and concrete actionable advice on how to get through the next few years unscathed.
Jennifer D. Taddeo, Esq.
Estate Planning Attorney at Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch & Ford, LLP
The documents you should have in place the moment your child turns 18 (and why):
- Health Care Proxy
- Power of Attorney
Jason Chan, Esq.
Criminal Defense Attorney at Attorney Chan
How parental responsibility comes into play when teenagers break the law:
- Social drinking laws: hosting underage parties
- Providing drugs that lead to death
- Providing weapons that lead to shootings
Financial Crisis and Insolvency Attorney at Law Office of Lipman & White
- College Costs and Ways to Save
- Choosing the Right Student Loan
- Student Budgeting
- Student Banking and Credit
- Taxes: Tips for College Parents & Students
- Student Loan Repayment Programs: Deferment/Forbearance/Income Contingent Program
- Credit Report & Credit Scores: Effect of Student Loans on Credit and Future Purchases.
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