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College Student Essentials

It may be hard to believe, but your 18 year-old headed to college needs legal documents as well. If you’re not named on their powers of attorney (both financial and medical), you no longer have the authority to act for them with doctors or financial institutions, should they have a medical emergency that leaves them incapacitated for a period of time. Protect them and your ability to help them with our package for young adults.


Package Includes:

Last Will and Testament​

Designates how your assets will be distributed after your death and names guardians for your minor children, ensuring they are cared for according to your wishes.

Living Will

Specifies your preferences for medical treatment in situations where you cannot communicate, including decisions about life support and other critical care.

Financial Power of Attorney

Authorizes a trusted individual to manage your financial matters, such as handling bank accounts and paying bills, particularly if you're unable to do so.

HIPAA Release

Allows designated individuals to access your medical records, essential for those tasked with making informed healthcare decisions for you.

Medical Power of Attorney

Appoints someone to make healthcare decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated, covering choices about treatments and care.

Establish your family's safety net today.

Questions? Reach out to our Client Services Team at 806-765-8801 or

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