About Erin A. Moosbrugger

Sadly, we have all heard or read the stories of the elderly parent or relative who, unbeknownst to family, changed his or her will or trust and left everything to the “caretaker.” The caretaker can sometimes be a paid professional and, other times, can be the unpaid, kindly next door neighbor who simply checks in from time to time or takes the elderly person to the doctor.

HOW MUCH INFLUENCE IS TOO MUCH INFLUENCE?

Sadly, we have all heard or read the stories of the elderly parent or relative who, unbeknownst to family, changed his or her will or trust and left everything to the “caretaker.”  The caretaker can sometimes be a paid professional Read More…