Category Archives: HIPAA

Are You Still the Parents of Your “Adult” Children?

In an article in the Dallas Bar Association’s “Headnotes” newsletter, Lori Ashmore and Gary Ashmore of The Ashmore Law Firm, PC remind us that while we are biologically still the parents of our adult children, we may not be allowed to … Continue reading

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Are Your Minor Children and Adult Children Protected?

I know you’ve heard this from me before, but at this time of year, it is especially important to check some of your important documents to be sure your children are protected. First, your minor children.  You should have legal … Continue reading

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Preparing for College in the Fall

With a new school year about to start, I am reprinting an article I posted several years ago for parents with children going off to college or just moving out of the house.  If you decide you might need to … Continue reading

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Your End-Of-Life Medical Wishes

The following post is from one of my favorite blogs, Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog by Professor Gerry Beyer. The Importance Of Putting Things In Writing By Gerry W. Beyer As people age they should realize the importance of … Continue reading

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