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Siblings Who Care More About Their Inheritance Than Mom and Dad’s Care

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Photo credit Uriel Soberanes

“We don’t want strangers taking care of Mom!”

“We promised Dad he would never have to go to a nursing home!”

“If you really love Mom and Dad, you should be able to keep caring for them at home!”

Ah, siblings. Some are a joy—our very first and forever friends in life. Others are more of a nuisance, a source of drama that comes and goes over the years. But when a parent falls ill or needs additional help as they age, these family relationships are truly put to the test.

Continue reading on Agingcare for more insight into what might be going on when siblings fight more care for parents:

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