Why a young adult needs life planning


The Young Adult Plan is intended for the student or young professional who is over the age of 18. As soon as an individual reaches the age of 18, parents and other loved ones lose all rights of access to information about that individual.

The Young Adult Plan focuses on documents that provide support or access to the individual’s healthcare and financial information. Without these documents, loved ones would be unable to retrieve healthcare information or make healthcare decisions in the event of an emergency. This plan also provides students and young adults the ability to inform their loved ones of their wishes regarding medical treatment in the event of incapacity or disability.

Further, without these documents in place, loved ones would be prohibited from accessing or controlling the individual’s finances and digital assets during a time of incapacity or disability.

Clients who select this planning option generally have limited assets, but still wish to be conscientious and responsible when it comes to their health and financial decision-making.

This plan includes one 30 minute phone consultation with an attorney, and one 30 minute signing meeting with an attorney. Should the client’s needs exceed the allotted 1 hour for this plan, the client will be billed hourly.

All Young Adult Plans are designed and executed by Attorney Kristin Dzialo and the support team.

Typical clients include:

College or University students

Post-graduate students

Young professionals in the early stages of their career

We often seen young adults who generally have limited assets, but still wish to be conscientious and responsible when it comes to their health and financial decision-making.

Our Young Adult Plan focuses on five core documents that provide support or access to the individual’s healthcare and financial information. Without these documents, loved ones would be unable to retrieve healthcare information or make healthcare decisions in the event of an emergency.

Without these documents in place, loved ones would be prohibited from accessing or controlling the individual’s finances and digital assets during a time of incapacity or disability.
 

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