Once you turn 18 years old, you are legally considered an adult in this country. But what does that actually mean? From the right to cast your vote in the next election to entering into a lease for your first apartment to serving on a jury, you are about to enter a new and exciting world of rights, responsibilities, and obligations. In order to be prepared to “adult”, it is essential that you understand how the law will impact your daily life. The Florida Bar’s “Just Adulting” Legal Survival Guide covers all of these topics and more.

· When you turn 18 years old, you will be confronted with a host of rights, responsibilities, and obligations that will directly impact your life.

· In order to be prepared for adulthood, you should educate yourself on laws, regulations and rights that affect you in your daily life.

· In addition to educating yourself about laws and regulations, you must understand the consequences of not following these laws and regulations as a new adult, which may include expensive fines or even jail time.

· The Florida Bar’s “Just Adulting” Legal Survival Guide will provide you with the information you need to become knowledgeable on legal guidelines affecting those 18 and older.

· The Florida Bar’s “Just Adulting” Legal Survival Guide covers a variety of topics such as: consumer protection, the court system, credit, criminal charges, drinking laws, employment, federal income tax, marriage, landlord-tenant issues, voting and more.


Rick Oppenheim
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Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
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