Posted on Sep 06, 2010
If you have a college aged student going off to school this fall, or an older college student and you don't yet have a power of attorney, HIPPA authorization, a medical power of attorney or even a POA from his or her bank, then you might want to read this article on students and the power of attorney. Many parents don't realize, that once that child turnss 18, that many privacy laws and policies now apply to them and that you might be shut out of informaiton about their college records, medical records and medical decision making.
Want to know more and what to do about it?
Click here for information about powers of attorney and medical power (including a HIPPA authorization) for your young adult children.
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