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Support Your Parents

Posted in Elder Law, Litigation
“You never call”: a common lament of elderly parents aimed at their adult children. Now, it appears that failing to call, or more specifically, to visit your parents in China may result in legal action. According to a recent Toronto Star article, China has recently amended its law on the elderly to require that adult children… Continue Reading

Encouraging Your Parents to Discuss Their Financial Matters

Posted in Estate & Trust
Having an open conversation with your parents about their financial matters and the importance of estate planning is never an easy task. Medical studies have indicated that people who have lived through the Great Depression prefer to keep their financial affairs to themselves. This presents a challenging task for loved ones trying to discuss with their parents… Continue Reading

Sibling Rivalry and Caring for Elderly Parents

Posted in Elder Law
In her new book, They’re Your Parents, Too!: How Siblings Can Survive Their Parents’ Aging Without Driving Each Other Crazy, journalist Francine Russo writes about a difficult stage of life: the “twilight transition” when boomer-aged siblings reunite to care for aging parents. This period is laden with new challenges – dividing assets, dementia, caregiving issues –… Continue Reading