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December 2019 Archives

Can I contest guardianship in Colorado?

Guardianships can become necessary when an adult or child needs someone to protect them physically, mentally and financially. A child may need a guardian if his or her parents pass away or cannot provide care. An elderly person may need a guardian if he or she cannot make critical decisions or communicate wishes.

Tips to help your parents transition to a nursing home

As our parents get older and can longer care for themselves, the responsibility to provide care and support often falls on adult children. For some families, this means taking the parent in to live with them. For others, however, it means helping them make the transition into a nursing home facility.

Tips for talking to your parents about their estate plan

If you are like many people, you will see your parents and other relatives over the holidays, whether you visit them in a nursing home or invite them over for a family meal. While you may be focused on celebrating and catching up, however, you might also consider taking the opportunity to discuss an important topic: estate planning.

Estate planning is crucial for the LGBTQ community

Creating an estate plan is something that can benefit every adult. It provides clarity, direction and guidance, which can be enormously valuable during a very difficult time. That said, there are some people for whom estate planning is especially critical.

What are the benefits (and costs) of in-home companion care?

There is a common misconception that there are only two types of care for seniors who are not completely independent: assisted living or a nursing home. However, there are numerous solutions for the care a person receives, particularly when he or she is somewhere between requiring no care and requiring constant care.

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