Month: February 2018

power of attorney

When and How to Discuss Power of Attorney with a Parent

February 22nd, 2018

No one gets excited about the idea of broaching sensitive subjects, especially with their parents! It may feel a little like role-reversal. However, it doesn’t need to. Many who are caregivers to a parent, or expect to be in the near future, have to ask themselves at some point: When and how do I start […]

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power of attorney, guardianship

The Difference Between Guardianship and Power of Attorney

February 9th, 2018

Caregivers hear the terms “guardianship” and “power of attorney” tossed at them a lot. In fact, those who’ve taken on the role of primary caregivers may have been asked directly: “Do you have a guardian?” or “Has your father/mother given you power of attorney?” But what is guardianship and power of attorney? There’s a common […]

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