Family dynamics -- strained relationships, blended families, and other issues -- have a way of affecting many important legal and financial decisions involved in eldercare. One good way to avoid conflicts, right from the start, is to clarify roles and responsibilities for everyone involved.
- How to Handle Family Conflicts
- 10 Tips to Help You Deal With Family Drama
- How to Spare Your Relationships the Risks of Caregiver Stress Syndrome
- Dirty Dozen: 12 Ways Hands-on Caregivers Are Driven Crazy by Their Siblings
- How to Find a Mediator to Help Resolve Family Conflicts
- What to Do When a Sister Won't Help
Coordinating Care With Family
Family and Money
- 5 Tips to Prevent Family Money Fights
- 4 Ways to Prevent Family Money Conflicts
- Family Financial Feuds: The Case of the "Borrowing" Sibling
- 5 Money Styles and How Differences Cause Family Conflicts
- Reconciling With Siblings After a Fight Over Caregiving for a Parent
- How to Get Siblings to Help Pay for a Parent's Care
- How to Prepare an Agreement to Care for a Family Member
- How can I stop family from taking advantage of my mom?
- How to Coordinate Caregiving Finances With Siblings
- How can I transfer power of attorney from my brother to make caretaking decisions?