Posts Tagged ‘Elderly Parents’
How Can I Protect My Elderly Parents’ Assets?
People are living longer and more active lives than any other point in history. This also means that more and more adult children find themselves dealing with new challenges that come with aging parents. And one of the questions we hear most often is, “How can I protect my elderly parents’ assets?”Read More
What is Aged Care?
With almost constant advancements in healthcare, Americans are living longer, healthier, and fuller lives than ever before. This changing dynamic across the country has led to the inception of a newer branch of law, Elder Law, and a new series of services, Elder Care or Aged Care.Read More
How to Deal with Aging Parents Who Refuse Help
One of the questions we are often asked at PathFinder Law Group is how to deal with aging parents who refuse help. It’s a difficult question to answer, but estate and elder law planning is a great place to start.Read More
How Do I Protect My Elderly Parents at Home (Aging in Place)?
As the life expectancy across the nation continues to rise (79 years old in Maryland and climbing higher every year), we will soon have more older adults in this country than ever before. For these aging adults, it can be difficult to accept the new limitations that come with increasing age. For the adult children…Read More
How to Deal with Elderly Parents
One of the primary concerns on the minds of adult children everywhere is how to deal with elderly parents. With the life expectancy climbing higher every year – it’s currently 79 years old in the state of Maryland – more and more adult children are struggling to understand how to support and care for their…Read More