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Imagine that tomorrow you suddenly become severely ill or incapacitated. Who would take care of your finances? How would they do it? If you don’t have a durable power of attorney, others, including your spouse, may not be able to conduct all your financial affairs on your behalf.
You should have a candid discussion with your parents about the point at which monitoring would feel intrusive.
If you and your close relatives are opinionated and speak your minds, caring for your aging adults might be a challenge.