Following up our last post, here is a four-minute video explaining the recent Pennsylvania case holding a son liable –retrospectively–for his mother’s $93,000 nursing home bill: video

Lesson: encourage your parents to do advance long-term care planning with an elder law attorney. It is well worth the investment. They (and you) can’t afford not to.

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