FAMILY CONFLICTS

Unfortunately, during the discussion of care for a loved one, the potential of family conflicts is great.​

Knowing how best to resolve such conflicts through past examples will increase the likelihood of the most positive result for all involved.

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Family Conflicts Defined

As it crazy as it sounds, a once stable relationship between family members can turn ugly in regards to the care for the heirs to an inheritance or long-term care for their elder parents at the time of death. In short order, you will see that the after effects of seeing their parents suffer through old age causes the negative emotions and actions of their adult children, beneficiaries or other parties involved.

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Ways to Handle Family Disputes

Here are some solutions how family disputes can be handled with the guidance of an elder law attorney.

  • If elder parents in question are not incapacitated, have them express true wishes to beneficiaries to minimize conflict
  • All beneficiaries meet at set times to discuss potential issues they have not been raised before
  • Involved third parties such as care managers to get into the conversation around their long term care needs
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PLAN BEFORE CONFLICTS ARISE

Resolve Family Disputes Quickly

The factors looking into resolving disputes don’t end with one conversation, but with multiple conversation topics based on the mutual respect, each party will need to have for one another.

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FAMILY CONFLICTS CAN BE RESOLVED WITH THE PROPER PLANNING

With the rise of financial elder abuse (over 500,000 suffer annually according to the Centers for Disease Control), asset mismanagement, Medicare fraud and inheritance oversights, it seems that it is inevitable to encounter a family conflict planning your estate.

Your Indianapolis Elder Law Attorney Knows Family Conflicts

From lack of communication to having no trusts or wills or not having a proper Power of Attorney to make decisions, siblings of elders will need to open lines of communication between one another and to resolve your issues with a sold advisor in their corner.

To schedule your no-obligation case evaluation, please contact an Indiana elder law attorney from our firm today!

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