So You’re 18: A Free Resource from The Virginia State Bar

In the state of Virginia, when you turn 18, you are considered an adult. Your parents are no longer legally responsible for you, nor do they have legal control over you. So, what does that mean exactly? The Virginia State Bar has created a handbook containing all of the questions and concerns you may have as you take on new legal responsibilities. Please complete the form below and we will promptly mail you a free copy of this 28-page handbook.

If you’d rather have an electronic version, follow this link to the Virginia State Bar’s website.

Another great resource for study is https://soyoure18.com/.

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    Senior Virginians Handbook: A Free Resource from The Virginia State Bar

    The Virginia State Bar has released a handbook covering legal information and general resources for senior Virginians. We think it’s a great tool for anyone who is seeking education and resources on the many issues, opportunities, and choices facing senior citizens today.

    The Senior Virginians Handbook provides overviews and contact information concerning topics like Social Security, healthcare, long-term care, planning for the future, housing, and protecting your legal rights. It includes summaries of how specific laws affect Virginia’s older citizens and practical advice on issues such as Medicaid, Alzheimer’s Disease, landlord-tenant relations, and much more. There is also an extensive list of community service organizations that provide services to senior Virginians.

    Please complete the form below and we will promptly mail you a free copy of the 100-page handbook.

    If you’d rather have an electronic version, follow this link to the Virginia State Bar’s website.

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