Caring Conversations with Aging Parents
When it comes time for your parents to make some significant changes, do you know how you’ll approach the conversation? Today’s blog post suggests a few strategies.Read More
Our Thankful Financial Moments
In celebration of Thanksgiving week, we asked the Johnson Bixby team to share a few financial moments they’re thankful for experiencing in their lives. We thought you might like to hear a few…Read More
Long Term Care Knowledge Quiz
Knowledge is key, and today we thought we’d test your knowledge around long term care. Knowing the costs of different types of care, whether the care is provided at home or in a facility can help you plan for these expenses…Read More
Have I done all I can?
Plan for the best, prepare for the worst. In our case, braving the hurricane. Our daughter lives in Texas. Last week, after her summer visit, we watched her head back to Houston on the red eye. It was the day before Hurricane Harvey.Read More
Taking Care of Someone You Love When They Cannot Take Care of Themselves
The information regarding guardianships is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be legal advice. Please consult with a legal professional for specific legal guidance.
There may be a time in your life where you find yourself needing to take steps to care for a child with special needs or an elderly parent who is no longer able to make decisions or act on their own behalf. One solution in this situation is to file for guardianship.