Mom’s bills aren’t getting paid but I’m not authorized to help
Dad refuses to discuss his Will or health wishes with me
I am 82 with no relatives – what will happen to me if I need help?
I’m Mom’s Power of Attorney so I’m in charge of the Will, too, right?
Many’s the time I’ve been told, ‘I’m only leaving here feet-first in a pine box!’ And I always reply, ‘That’s great, but plans are going to be made, and if you want some say in your future, you might want to get involved.’
No one wants to contemplate aging, illness or death, but practical plans have to made and affairs put in order. Most adult children thing they know their parents’ circumstances and preferences, until I ask them things like:
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