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Four Tips to Remember When Selecting a Caregiver or Assisted Living

The reversal of roles in the parent-child relationship, from the parent being the provider to the parent being dependent on his or her child, is a change that can be difficult for both. This is made even more difficult when it becomes apparent that the parent(s) can no longer live on their own, and now need around the clock care. Read More ›

Categories: Elder Law, Financing Long-term Care, Long Term Care

Helping my Aging Parents Pay for Care

Your parents may reach a point where they can no longer live on their own. Not only that, but as we age, the costs of living increase as we seek more and more complicated medical care. Read More ›

Categories: Elder Law, Financing, Financing Long-term Care, Medicare/Medicaid

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