Access to information such as medical history, assets, important contacts, etc, can make or break a family’s ability to support each other in an emergency.
A financial power of attorney gives someone else the ability to act on your behalf to make financial decisions and handle your administrative affairs. It is intended to protect you in case you become incapacitated.
Applying ADA requirements to your home ensures that persons with disabilities will have equal access to—and convenience in—all different types of spaces.
A summary of general costs for the typical items needed to design a safe bathroom for those with limited mobility.
Retaining certain important documents will give you the information you need to protect your parents’ financial assets no matter the situation.
Designing a kitchen to meet the needs of a loved one with limited mobility will have a range of potential costs.
Use the following information to help you identify the necessary legal documents to keep, in order to protect your parents’ future.