Sunday, August 7, 2016

Elder care law can cause intense family situations

Imagine this common scenario: Aging Parents are slowing down. Their adult children, concerned for their safety, want to move them into assisted living, but they insist they are doing just fine and will stay at home. Or this one: Aging parents are ready to move to a nursing home, but the children balk, fearing their inheritance will be consumed. Caring for and coping with aging parents are issues that will affect most families, often reviving sibling rivalries and recriminations as brothers and sisters struggle for control.

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