You knew the lawyers would somehow get involved, right?
I know you’ve heard stories about the problems families have when it comes to taking care of elderly family members. While written agreements may not solve all of these issues, it is much easier to to protect your parents and yourself when legal and financial arrangements are written.
21 Facts Caregivers Must Know to Avoid Accusations of Financial Elder Abuse from Siblings, Unpleasant Visits From Adult Protective Services, or Unknowingly Putting Themselves in Legal Jeopardy
It’s been a tough morning. Your dad, who’s been living with dementia for five years now, just won’t get out of bed. Your sister promised to take over for you today so you could have a few hours respite from the burden of caring for him 24/7. But… She hasn’t...read more
Author: Anne Bogardus, (Founder and former caregiver) There are many difficult conversations adult children must have with their aging parents, and one of the most difficult is, of course, about money. While we have no problem talking in general terms about how well...read more
Posted by: Anne Bogardus, (Founder and former caregiver)This information is provided for educational and information purposes only. It is not legal advice. Please consult an attorney in your state for specific questions about your situation.Do you have a parent living...read more
How does the Medicaid 5-year look-back period affect aging parents and their families? It’s complicated and requires a review of family financial transactions. Author: Anne Bogardus, Founder (and former caregiver) NOTE: This information is provided for educational and...read more
This information is provided for educational and information purposes only. It is not legal advice. Please consult an attorney for specific questions on how to comply with Medicaid programs in your state. Also, this information is not medical advice. Please consult a...read more