Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Too many things to do and not enough time?

It's much easier for my clients' grown children when their parents aren't paying late fees due to  forgotten bills and are receiving help with calls to doctor’s offices, pharmacies, as well as creditors with questions about confusing mail they have received. 

Having help with these tasks helps put their grown children s minds at ease. In many cases, I have met the family members either during my initial free consultation or during a planned visit by the adult children. This has helped make everyone more comfortable with our working relationship. Throughout my time working with their parents, I hear regularly from these “children” with concerns over their parent’s health, as well as, questions about doctor’s appointments and medications their parent’s may be waiting for.  What I have become for these “grown children” is a direct line of communication between them and their parents as they struggle to accept the inevitable distance between each other. 

We've all been in that uneasy position and you shouldn't be afraid to ask for help.  At Every Day Money Matters, I help my clients and their families find that peace of mind they have been looking for. Whether the need is collecting and organizing bills like mentioned above or just getting checks out the door on time, I can help.