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When Heirs Collide
In its weekend edition of September 27-28, 2014, as the lead story in its Weekend Investor section, The Wall Street Journal published an article by veteran reporter, Liz Moyer, entitled When Heirs Collide. The article is sub-titled Fights over estates can tear families apart - and it's not just about the money. Here are guidelines […]
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Caregiver Agreements: When a Child Needs to Care for Mom or Dad
As our parents become elderly and infirm, the parent-child relationship is often reversed. Our parents are no longer taking care of us, and now it's our turn to take care of them. However, many seniors are reluctant to admit that their bodies, or their minds, are starting to fail. They don't want to give up […]
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Navigating Elder Care - Free Online Seminar - November 16 at 1:00 PM
This fall, Partners in Care, one of the premier providers of home care and geriatric care management in New York City, has been hosting a series of free online seminars focused on helping you make difficult elder care decisions. The next online seminar, The Financial Realities of Home Care takes place on November 16 at […]
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Do You Have a Health Care Proxy?
A Health Care Proxy is a legal document that allows you (the principal) to appoint another person (the agent) to make health care decisions on your behalf. A Health Care Proxy only takes effect when you are unable to make health care decisions yourself, usually due to illness or incapacity. You can only name one […]
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Becoming a Snowbird: What to Consider
Seniors who are considering a change of residence should consider the cost of medical insurance and the availability of Medicaid benefits. For many seniors and retirees living in New York (and other northern states), the warm climates of, for example, Florida, Arizona or other southern states, may be appealing. Real estate developers have created numerous […]
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