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August 6, 2019

Planning around a Disabled Child

by: Veronica Manski There are thousands of families in Canada that care for and support children with physical or developmental disabilities. It is important that parents consider their options for the ongoing care and support of their disabled children should […]

October 22, 2018

Fear of Aging: Who’s the Parent

2018’s hilarious Book Club is a movie that offers some universal —and thought provoking—moments. One that resonates with true-to-life client experience involves two daughters, each in their thirties, earnest in their desire to look after their aging, lonely and helpless mother. […]

October 1, 2018

The Importance of an Estate Plan

by Karen Aujla It is never too early to start estate planning. A well-thought-out estate plan can ensure that your money and assets benefit the appropriate people and that your family is cared for should something happen to you. However, […]

May 29, 2018

Living at Risk

As parents age and become more frail, families wrestle with the subject of “to what degree do we stand by, knowing that mother and dad are living at risk?’ In this situation, living at risk is not a specific, defined […]

March 13, 2018

Learning to Accept New Family Realities

A woman of thirty-three recently wrote in to a problem-solving site, asking if the load her mother is carrying is too much for a sixty-five year old woman. The scenario she described was something like this : her mother, Rose, […]

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