College Students + Powers of Attorney
Business News |Oct 16, 2018|1 min read
A Smith Haughey Rick & Roegge Article
By: Patricia A. Sheltrown, Attorney
By now your child has settled into her dorm or apartment and is hopefully working hard at pursuing that college degree and considering exciting career opportunities. While she appears to be quite grown up, living on her own, she may still be dependent upon you for many things like transportation, health insurance, emergency funds and, of course, laundry services.