What is #JustAdulting?

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. The Florida Bar’s #JustAdulting Legal Survival Guide is key in understanding how the law will impact your daily life.

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Public inquiries about the app and its contents are welcomed. Please send your comments to justadulting@floridabar.org.


The material in this app represents general information on the laws in Florida and should not be deemed legal advice. Any use of the Site DOES NOT create or constitute an attorney-client relationship between The Florida Bar or any employee of or other person associated with The Florida Bar and a user of the Site. As the law differs in each legal jurisdiction and may be interpreted or applied differently depending on your location or situation, the information or use of documents on the Site is not a substitute for the advice of a lawyer.  It is intended as an educational resource for understanding the laws that might impact new adults as they encounter various life experiences.

All statutory references are to the 2019 version of the Florida Statutes. Since the law is continually changing, some provisions in this app may become outdated before the next publication. It is always best to consult an attorney about your legal rights and responsibilities regarding your particular case.