Once a child turns 18, parents no longer have the authority to make medical or financial decisions. A power of attorney enables parents to help their adult children manage financial, legal and healthcare decisions, without their children giving up the right to decide for themselves. This form is especially important for families who have adult children with disabilities.
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Join The Associated’s Baltimore-Odesa Partnership to hear personal stories and updates on the ongoing situation in Ukraine, directly from our beloved partner city of Odesa. […]
Join Associated Women for a signature Dignity Grows event in honor of International Women’s Day. Dignity Grows is a national program combatting period poverty in local […]