Welcome to the October edition of the newsletter for CRTS™ certificants!
5 Tips to Help Seniors with Estate Planning: How to Choose an Executor
An essential part of creating your older adult’s estate plan or will is to choose an executor – someone who will execute (carry out) their wishes after they pass away. Making an informed decision helps them feel confident that their wishes will be fulfilled and family conflict will be minimized.
8 Expert Tips for When Aging Parents Won’t Listen
Our parents always asked that we listen, but what happens when they refuse to listen to us? Some adult children are finding that their parents don’t always know best when it comes to their driving, housing, medication and more.
Learn more about what to do when your aging parents aren’t listening to you.
Emptying the Family Home Without Battling Siblings
Keep? Sell? Toss? These three options are ammo for the battle when clearing the family home after a parent leaves it.
Estate Planning Basics: Give Seniors Peace of Mind
Creating a will or estate plan is essential for your older adult. Of course you don’t want to think about them passing away, but they most likely have final wishes they’d like to have fulfilled.
But there’s no way for you or anyone else to carry out those wishes if you don’t know what they are.