College Students Executing A Health Care Proxy And Power Of Attorney

For many teens across the country, college has finally begun! Many students are beginning their freshman year of college at 18 years old.  This means that they are considered an adult. Due to this, parents or guardians no longer have the right to access their child’s medical information even though they are likely paying tuition and have the adult child on their health insurance. Many estate-planning attorneys are advising parents and guardians to obtain a health care proxy with a HIPPA waiver, as well as a Power of Attorney.

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