CNBC has this interesting article about a dilemma many people face – when to take over an elderly parent’s checkbook and finances. To pay bills for an elderly parent, you must have a durable financial power of attorney in place. There are a myriad of elder law issues to examine as well. You need an experienced estate planning and elder law attorney to help guide you and your loved ones.
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Cross posted to The KC Elder Law Blog.