If you're a parent, we know you have questions about how to continue to protect your children after they turn 18. Whetever each child's unique situation may be, for parents, there is always going to be that instinct to protect and nurture. Simply because a child turns 18, and is technically a legal adult, does not mean parents are willing to become any less involved in their day-to-day lives.
Changes to Parental Rights When Children Reach the Age of Majority
This is why The Cronin Law Firm has prepared this guide, The Age of Majority: How Parental Rights Change When Children Turn 18. When you download this free Guide, you will get information about the changes you can expect in your legal rights when your child reaches the age of majority. Fill out the form below to receive this pamphlet in your inbox.