Attention Parents of High School and College Aged Students...
The Five Little Known Things You Should Do Legally Before Your Child Goes to College
Tuesday, July 12th at 4:00 pm 
Thursday, July 14th at 12 pm noon
Tuesday, August 9th at 4:00 pm
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If your child becomes sick while away at college, a hospital or doctor’s office will not release any information to you over the phone.

In the eyes of the law, your child is an adult, but as parents we care for them well beyond 18 years. 

Make sure your family has the proper documentation in place to avoid chaos and protect your newly-independent child.
On this live workshop, you will discover how to:
  • ​Set and plan for goals for your children and yourselves
  • Make sure you that can access information and provide assistance to your adult child, when needed
  • ​Absolve burdens from your children and spouse
  • ​ Relieve your family from any chaos or confusion
  • ​Take care of your family in their greatest time of need

Presented by Jeffrey Rehmeyer II

Jeffrey Rehmeyer

Jeffrey Rehmeyer II is the CGA Law Firm President and has served as the firm’s leader for nearly ten years. Jeff is fueled by a belief that planning today creates protection for businesses and families tomorrow. Jeff forms relationships with his clients, which include large and small businesses, municipalities, families and individuals. His work begins by developing an understanding of their situation, actual or anticipated challenges, and goals. Jeff sees the client first, not the case. Over the course of his legal career, Jeff has led many clients through different legal needs, from business to family to estate and individual, which gives his clients a remarkable advantage through a multi-faceted approach to the law and legal issues.
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