Creating a Plan for Paying for Long-Term Care

Paying for long-term care may be one of the first things that comes across the mind of someone diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.  Not knowing what the future will look like or what it will cost is scary, but fortunately there are many different options available to pay for [...]

Does a Guardian or Conservator Become the Alter-Ego of the Person Subject to Guardianship or Conservatorship

Sometimes a guardian or conservator acts as if they are the “alter-ego” of the person subject to guardianship or conservatorship. The powers of a guardian or conservator are, however, not unlimited. For example, a guardian or conservator in Minnesota must consider the persona [...]

2021-03-03T14:39:22+00:00By |Elder Law|
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