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Posted: Wednesday, February 14, 2018 9:27 am

As parents know, it’s never too early to start planning for your child’s college education. And the race to research colleges and send in applications hits a fever pitch in your child’s junior year of high school.

Plus, planning for your child’s 18th birthday usually comes with celebrations and plenty of newfound freedom. But it can also be a frustrating time observing your young adult children venture into making choices. At least you are there to guide them and to assist with important medical decisions or emergency situations, right? Actually, in the eyes of the law, reaching 18 means that your young adult can make his own financial, medical or legal decisions — without any input from you.

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