Your elderly mother is getting forgetful and confused. What do you do now?
A commonly used type of over-the-counter medication can worsen hypertension.
By Mecklenburg County Elder Law Attorney Sabrina Winters Once an older loved one starts to show signs of dementia, you will likely need to start
By Mecklenburg County Elder Law Attorney Sabrina Winters One of the hardest things a senior must come to grips with is that he or she
One of the hardest things an adult child must handle is the responsibility of overseeing their elderly parent’s care. As a Charlotte elder law attorney,
One of the first questions that a senior is generally asked when they enter a hospital or long-term care facility is whether they have a
Although you may never be fully prepared for a family emergency, it is possible to take preventative steps to ensure that your loved ones will
3 Basic Types of Power of Attorney (POA) A power of attorney allows a person you appoint — your “attorney-in-fact” or agent — to act
Just as making a will without the help of a qualified attorney can be dangerous, trying to change an existing will on your own can