Elder Financial Abuse Guidebook
Nationwide, elder abuse is a major public health problem. Elder abuse occurs when a caregiver or someone in a relationship of trust with the elder intentionally causes, creates, or fails to prevent a risk of harm to an adult 60 or older. In this guide you will learn about the types of elder abuse, warning signs, recognition, prevention and reporting.
Understanding Guardianship for Older Adults
One day you may find yourself involved in guardianship proceedings for an elderly parent or relative. Here’s an overview of what guardianship means today, how the court evaluates the adult, and what you need to know.
When A Loved One Passes Away
When a loved one passes away there is much that needs to be done and it can be very overwhelming.
As financial planners it our job to anticipate the challenges that life can throw at you so that you will have plans in place to make those difficult times a bit easier for those left behind.