A baby boomer daughter may spend Thanksgiving at her elderly Mom and stepdad’s home. They married late in life. If so -the 50’s daughter may join now midlife steps siblings at the celebration.
What if the elderly remarried couple, who are increasingly frail, have problems that everyone notices?
The turkey’s half cooked, Mom’s beautiful clothes are dirty and she has not been to the hairdresser in what looks like weeks.
Who helps Mom and calls an aging life or geriatric care manager?
Late-life remarriage can bring challenges to these through these newly minted stepparents and stepsiblings. Eldercare is one. If any group of stepsiblings disagrees about money spent Mom’s eldercare or resulting diminished inheritance, there can be hell to pay.
Differing points of view can explode into battle over money power and legal rights.
If you are an aging life or geriatric care are you ready to face these dilemmas when the adult daughter calls?
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