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Documents that Your Young-Adult Child Should Have (and Doesn’t!)

Your baby is now 18-years old. Maybe off to college. Maybe living on their own. Not really a baby anymore, and no longer under your thumb. Thankfully, there are a few legal documents they can sign that will give you some comfort and ensure that you still have the right to help them in times of need.

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