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Siblings Who Are More Concerned About Their Inheritance Than Parents' Care

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Some adult children work seamlessly together to find the best care solutions for their aging parents. However, some siblings don’t contribute at all, leaving the heavy lifting, sacrifices and difficult choices up to one adult child, often a daughter. Still others are involved sporadically, only deigning to give their opinions when pricey care decisions are on the line. In the latter scenario, these siblings disprove of respite, are suspicious of outside caregivers and demand to keep their parents’ bills low. 

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