Siblings and Power of Attorney
Sibling conflict and power of attorney can result in greedy siblings who deplete an elderly parent’s wealth and savings, disputes over caregiving, arguments over senior living arrangements. In the end, sibling conflict over POA and caregiving can tear families apart and ruin lives.
Articles About Siblings And Power Of Attorney
- When Family Members Feud Over Power of Attorney
Power of attorney forms are a crucial part of planning for future health care needs and financial decisions, but it is important to understand how these legal documents can be drafted and the effects they can have on family relationships.
- Can a Caregiver Change a Loved One’s Power of Attorney?
Two common scenarios are when a caregiver no longer wishes to be POA and when a family member wants to challenge the legality of a POA’s actions. Changes are dependent on the principal’s competency, how the document is written and the desired outcome.
- 7 Legal Issues That Caregivers Face
Seniors and their caregivers can face a number of unique legal challenges. Learn from real families' experiences with these issues and understand why it is so important to have a reputable elder law attorney on your care team.
- 9 Ways Caring for Parents is Different than Caring for Children
Many people mistakenly compare child rearing to caring for an aging parent, but, as many caregivers know, these two tasks couldn’t be more different.