Q: I am my parents primary caretaker and I have moved in with them full-time.
I am my parents primary caretaker and I have moved in with them full-time. What rights do I have as a caretaker and living in their home? Are there any legal documents that should be in place to protect me and/or my parent? And what type of law this is fall under, family law or elder law?
A: In whatever state you are living with your parents you need to go see an estate planning attorney. They can help with the documents that you need for yourself and your parents.
A: Elder Law and Estate Planning, you likely should encourage your parents to speak with an attorney about proper estate planning related to a Will and or Trust, Durable Power of Attorney, Florida Healthcare Surrogate, Living Will, Nomination of Guardian, HIPAA Waiver and so forth.
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