At some point in life, many of us may find ourselves caring for our parents. That care can take many forms. For some, it means physically caring for parents full-time. For others, it might mean coordinating care. For others still, it might mean sending financial support. This can be both an honor and also a major stressor on an individual or a marriage. Also, for the sandwich generation, it can coincide with raising children.
Some of our most fervent clients who want to make sure their finances and long-term plans are taken care of, are those who have been caregivers to their own parents or another elderly relative.
We can help you better understand the financial realities of caring for aging parents and help manage or remove the stress altogether so you can enjoy the remaining time with your parents.
If you or someone you know is concerned about caring for aging loved ones, let's talk. We're here to help.