child is still on your health insurance plan. Please refer to this article with advice from a lawyer about what forms - and an explanation of each form - you should have your 18+ year-olds sign. You can complete these forms on your own or meet with an estate planning attorney. (Special thanks to Emily Rozwadowski of Spencer & Rozwadowski, LLP for reviewing this information.)
Briefly, the four important documents are:
Once you’ve filled out the forms, keep them in a secure place. Also, be sure to scan them so you can easily access them from your phone as well as from your child’s phone.
So, while you’re checking towels, sheets, comforter, etc off of your college packing/to do list this summer, please add “fill out important forms!”
Disclaimer: this blog does not constitute legal advice. If you have specific questions about what forms to use or how to fill them out, please contact an estate planning attorney.
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