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Nightmare At The Bank: A True Story

Nightmare At The Bank: A True Story Dave thought his mom had done everything right: invested her savings, done great estate planning and appointed him her only son, to take over when needed. And the time came for Dave to step in. Dave's elderly mom, Agnes began to lose her…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
April 12, 2022
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Impaired Aging Parents Managing Real Estate Who’s Minding the Store?

Impaired Aging Parents Managing Real Estate Who’s Minding the Store? We’re seeing it more and more now at AgingParents.com: elders as landlords who can’t do the management job any longer. Sometimes it’s the adult children who bring the issue to our attention. They see Dad failing maintain those rental houses…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
April 12, 2022
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Difficult Aging Parents and Loss of Wealth-How Far Do You Let It Go?

Difficult Aging Parents and Loss of Wealth-How Far Do You Let It Go? By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, RN, Attorney, AgingParents.com For some adult children who have unpleasant, oppositional aging parents, there is a strong motivation to stay out of their affairs. That’s understandable. No one likes to be yelled at…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
July 19, 2021
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"My Dad Has Dementia-He's Being Horrible to Me!"

I’m hearing this same painful thing a lot lately. Aging parents who have “early dementia” are refusing help and verbally abusing their adult kids who are trying to help. In all these situations, the aging parent was a controlling type person before dementia developed. It could have been a business…
Mikol Davis
November 5, 2011