Having the talk about estate planning with your aging (not-so-tech-savvy) parents

It's hard to find the right moment to talk to your aging parents about their finances and plans for the future. Here are some tips for getting the conversation started, and what to ask them.

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Jane Haskins, Esq.

by Jane Haskins, Esq.

Jane has written hundreds of articles aimed at educating the public about the legal system, especially the legal aspe...

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Updated on: March 26, 2024 · 4 min read


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