What Parents Should Discuss with Grown Children
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What Parents Should Discuss with Grown Children

12/31/2017

Guest(s): Brianne King, Mike Fertig, and Bob Fragasso

What Parents Should Discuss with Grown Children

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When visiting with our parents or grown children, we usually don’t talk about the critical facts and important decisions that must be made when the parents become disabled or pass away. It is a serious and hard-to-articulate subject, but the repercussions of leaving those decisions for the time that the event occurs can make it much harder for the grown children.

Tune in as we cover the items that parents and grown children should discuss. This show will assist in guiding this conversation with loved ones.

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For the first part of our lives, our parents are caregivers, then advice-givers and then sometime around mid-life, the tables often start to turn. They start asking their adult children for advice or help with things they don’t understand or can’t do anymore for themselves.

As this transition occurs, often the adult children wonder what will happen when their parents can no longer care for themselves. What if they need full-time care? Do they have adequate savings to pay for care and, if not, what are the alternatives?

Read our free whitepaper that may assist you in guiding this conversation with loved ones.

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