What is a Continuing Tutorship and Does My Child Need One? - Is your child age fifteen and not yet age eighteen? When a Child reaches the age of eighteen, he/she is of the age of majority and presumed to be competent under the law. He/she is permitted by law to make healthcare, education, and finance decisions. Learn the legal consequences, legal effects, and procedures to obtain a Continuing Tutorship for your child.
Presenter: Cheryl Prestenback Buchert; Clinical Professor of Law Loyola University College of Law
Audience: Parents, Caregivers, and Professionals of School-Aged Children/Students.
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