Do I have a right to talk to my parents' stockbrokers and financial advisors?
As our parents and loved ones get older, we want to be sure that they are making the proper decisions about their health, their care and their finances. What rights do children and relatives and friends have in checking up on their elderly loved ones? Elder law attorney Martha Patterson has some simple guidance to offer on this.
She says bluntly "you don't have a right to talk to them and they shouldn't be talking to you unless it has been set up for you to have that right and privilege."
Elder law attorney Martha Patterson offers a free consultation and $500 off any paid services when you contact her at her website www.ElderLawMom.com and this is something you shouldn't put off.