How to Manage Decision-Making for Adult Children
Decision-Making for Adult Children
When your child turns 18, you no longer have the legal right to make decisions for them. Learn how to assess how well your child can make their own decisions as they enter adulthood, and about different ways you can help them with decision-making. If you need to apply for legal permission to make decisions for them, we’ll walk you through your options. (This is also called guardianship.)
Here is a short Guide to help you know what to do. We will ask you some questions to personalize it.