Archive for the ‘Elder Law’ Category

Care Needs Trump $$

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Further to my last week’s blog, ‘Care @ Home’ I wrote that the POA for Property/Finance should support the care needs of the incapable individual and the decisions made by the POA for Personal Care. I received a note from a reader who provided the following legal reference ...

Congratulations-It’s a Girl!

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

A new study reported on this week found that daughters are significantly more helpful than sons when it comes to taking care of their elderly parents.  Referencing data found from surveying 26,000 Americans, it seems that daughters spend on average 12.3 hours a month looking after an elderly parent versus ...

POA’s for Care: Part 2/2

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

Continuing from my previous blog, the subject of Power of Attorney for Personal Care continues to require our attention. Fellow blogger Paul Fensom reviewed in his April 23, 2014 blog the results of the Scotia Poll finding that only 33% of respondents had a POA for property. My strong ...