Legal Documents for Young Adults Workshop

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Essential Legal Documents for Young Adults

Calling all high school graduates! Whether you’re heading off to college or not, turning 18 is an exciting milestone. Newfound independence comes with a change in your legal status and greater independence. There are essential legal documents every young adult should have in place to ensure that there are no barriers to making important medical, financial and educational decisions.

Join Bedford attorney, Rebecca Green Neale, for an informative webinar on Tuesday, August 1, 2023, at 7:00 pm. The webinar will provide an overview of the Health Care Proxy, HIPAA release form, and Power of Attorney — documents all young adults should have in place to ensure that someone can make medical or financial decisions on their behalf in the event they are incapable of doing so. She will also review the The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) form, which is helpful for those going to college because it allows your parents to access your education and financial aid records.

Read more about why these are essential legal documents: Four Documents Young Adults Should Take to College

What you Get:

  • Workshop explaining what everything is, why you need it, and how to fill it all out;
  • Legal documents you tailor: Healthcare Proxy, Power of Attorney, HIPAA release and FERPA forms;
  • Personalized help filling out the forms;
  • Document execution – witnesses and notary provided on August 3, 2023.

Workshop cost: $75 per family

Date: Tuesday, August 1, 2023

Time: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Location: Zoom link will be mailed to registrants.

Click here to securely Register for the workshop and sign-up for a document signing on Thursday, August 3 (included in the price):

If you are unable to attend the signing on Thursday, August 3, please contact Emily at to sign up for the workshop.

Registration deadline is July 31 at midnight.

Missed the Webinar?

Set up a one-on-one appointment to get these documents done before your leave for college.

Rebecca Neale

Principal Attorney

As an attorney, Rebecca represents people in divorce, custody, and guardianship proceedings. She also advises people about end-of-life decisions and creates estate plans tailored to their needs and goals. Read more about Rebecca’s Experience here.
Bedford Family Law

Bedford, Massachusetts

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