Kaitlyn C. Meeks recently published a Comment entitled, Losing Your Mind, Losing Your Rights?: A Certification Process to Safeguard Alzheimer's Patients and the Moving Target of the Lucid Interval, 44 U. Dayton L. Rev. 79-109 (2018). Provided below is an introduction to the Comment. For the rest of the comment, see: Wills, Trusts & Estates … Continue reading Losing Your Mind, Losing Your Rights?
Many adult children of aging parents find it difficult to talk to their parents about their finances. It is no wonder that these same adult children find it difficult to discuss their own wealth with their grown children. Parents would be remiss if they did not talk to their children about drinking and driving, using … Continue reading 4 Reasons Parents Don’t Discuss Money (and Why They Should)
A New Jersey appeals court ruled that a nursing home has no standing to lodge a conversion claim or infringement of fiduciary duty against the daughter of a resident who transferred the resident's cash to herself, resulting in a Medicaid penalty period. M.D. is the daughter of B.S. In 2010, She started helping her mom … Continue reading Nursing home has no standing in suit against resident’s daughter.
Sujata Setia captures the love and romance between couples who've been together for decades. Source: This Photographer Asks Elderly Couples To Pose For Engagement-Style Photos | HuffPost Life
They say that talking to yourself isn’t crazy as long as you’re not answering your own questions. Well reserve me a padded room because lately I’ve been having conversations with myself, and not just with myself, but with the 78-year-old version of me. Okay, I can hear the footsteps of the men in white coats … Continue reading A Conversation with My Older Me