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Tips for Avoiding Conflict with Family

No family is perfect. Families will fight, not speak to each other for extended periods, or in some extreme cases, face each other in court. 

This is especially true as parents advance in age and as they become more dependent on their children for assistance, old conflicts can come back to the forefront, leading to quarrels among siblings as well as between parents and their children.

Often these disputes begin not out of greed but for a variety of other reasons:

  • Internal difficulty in coping with a parent in decline
  • Conflicts, power struggles and rivalries that are dug up from the past
  • Disparities and inequities in the burden of care
  • Disagreements in both medical decisions and in living arrangements
  • Financial concerns over the care of a parent
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Categories: Did you Know?, Elder Law, Powers of Attorney

Financial Elder Abuse: Awareness and Prevention

10,000 Americans turn 65 every day.1 With an aging population, come a variety of new issues for society to address. One of those issues is elder financial abuse, which has been a growing problem over the past decade. According to a study in the American Journal of Public Health, 1 in 18 older “cognitively intact” adults falls prey to financial fraud or abuse in a given year. Read More ›

Categories: Did you Know?, Elder Law, Fraud & Abuse, Senior Exploitation & Abuse

Are Reverse Mortgages Wise for Seniors?

It would be wonderful to give you an absolute yes or no but like so many things, it is important to analyze how your specific circumstances factor into the answer. Read More ›

Categories: Did you Know?, Elder Law, Financing

How to Have “The Talk” with Your Aging Parents

As children grow into adults, they often rely upon their parents for guidance when facing tough life questions. Sage advice from mom about career paths or from dad regarding relationships, garnered from their own life experiences, helps soften the pinball-like transition into adult life. Read More ›

Categories: Did you Know?, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Safety

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