Who is responsible for my parent’s credit card debt, mortgage and other outstanding financial obligations when my parent’s die? Many of us boomers are finding ourselves functioning in a role as a caretaker or advocate for our aging parents. Being their next of kin does bring on certain moral / ethical obligations, however when it comes to the … [Read more...] about Debt after death?
As responsible adults, we try to plan for life’s unexpected events. We purchase all kinds of insurance, many of us even have pet insurance. Why? Because we want to want to make sure that if the unforeseen happens either those we leave behind are financially solvent or that we have the resources to recover. In fact, it's become common practice to … [Read more...] about In Case of Emergency – Protect Your Pet!
Estate Planning Attorney vs. Eldercare Attorney If you want to keep your money, the wrong choice could cost you thousands of dollars. Know the difference! Learn how to select an eldercare attorney. Yes, today we now have Eldercare Attorneys, which are not to be confused with Estate Planning Attorneys. Just like in the medical profession, … [Read more...] about How to Select an Eldercare Attorney