What Parents Need to Know About Continuing Tutorship

Continuing Tutorship is a legal process in which a court decides that your child will not be competent to make decisions after he or she reaches 18 years old, the legal age of majority. Instead another person will have the legal authority to make all business and legal decisions for the child just as if he or she were still under age 18.

About Continuing Tutorship

Last Review and Update: Oct 29, 2021
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