As many of us are ending up in the “Sandwich Generation” we face more challenges between our careers, our children and our aging parents. Check out this Eldercounsel Blog Post regarding adults taking care of their parents. The author provides sensible advice and helpful tips on how to ease the transition, click here, and for further information, contacta Andrea who will help!
This bill would protect seniors and disabled individuals in many ways:
It prohibits a person who commits a number of offenses on an elderly or disabled person in any state or jurisdiction from serving as a personal representative or inheriting from the victim’s estate, trust, or other beneficiary assets.
The Law will also expand the definition of exploitation of an elderly or disabled person to include breach of fiduciary duty resulting in a kickback or receipt of an improper benefit.