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Learn about powers of attorney for your parents, conservatorships, planning for elder care, the ins and outs of caregiving and arranging for long-term care, hospice care, avoiding elder abuse, and other elder law issues.
As Americans live longer and longer lives, many require ongoing, long-term care. This care often falls to grown children -- men and women who are in their forties, fifties, and sixties and busy with careers or perhaps children of their own. Getting caught in this care-giving "sandwich" -- growing children on one side, aging parents on the other -- can be an emotional and financial burden, especially if you don't know where to turn for help.