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While most of us have visions of aging in place, this isn't feasible for everyone. In fact, illness, help with daily activities and a confluence of other factors mean you may need to discuss assisted living with your parents. If mishandled, this can be one of the most difficult conversations you'll ever have with your parents.
However, with a little bit of thought and planning, discussing this topic can be a lot easier than you think. Here are 5 tips you can use to broach the subject:
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Whenever it's time for you to have this difficult conversation, the Elder Law attorneys at Genser Cona Elder Law are here to help. We offer decades of experience assisting people like you and your parents in developing comprehensive estate and asset protection plans so you can rest easier knowing you've taken the steps today for a more secure future.
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