Category Archives: Guardianship

Guardianship

The Warning Signs of Dementia

My Mom couldn’t find her keys? Could it be dementia?Dad forgot the way home? Could it be dementia? There’s paperwork and bills piling up at my parent’s home? Could it be dementia?

The Warning Signs of Dementia

By Lewis I Knopf, Certified Senior Advisor (CSA)® & Daily Money Manager at LK Daily Money Management

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Beware of the Gaps: When the Care Needs Exceed the Care Provided

Although we naturally want what is best for our loved ones, reports show that family caregivers typically wait six months longer than they should to access necessary care for their loved ones.

Beware of the Gaps: When the Care Needs Exceed the Care Provided

By Suzanne Paolucci, LCSW, Care Coordinator, Estate Planning & Elder...
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What To Do When Seniors/Parents Need Help But Don’t Want Help

Your Mom refuses to stop standing on the step stool while she puts away the groceries but she doesn’t want help. Your Dad continually forgets to take his medications but he doesn’t want help.Your parent’s home is dirty and their clothes don’t look all that clean either but they don’t want help.

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The Benefits of Using a Pooled Trust for a Special Needs Child

Parents who have a child with special needs face the challenge of deciding how to leave an inheritance to their child. A sensible way of providing an inheritance for a special needs child is to set up a special needs trust.

The Benefits of Using a Pooled Trust for a Special Needs...

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