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The Pros and Cons of Family Caregiver Agreements

Compensating a family member for providing care to another family member is certainly a growing trend throughout the country.  The Wall Street Journal recently wrote about this subject and quoted ElderCounsel Principal Howie Krooks.  Click here for a link to the WSJ article. ElderCounsel offers a caregiver agreement as part of its document assembly system, ElderDocx™.  The caregiver agreement can be drafted as an hourly contract, or as a lump-sum contract.  In addition, the document sets forth how the recipient of the care is receiving fair market value for what the recipient is paying for the services.  This is a critical component of any family caregiver agreement (also referred to as a “personal service contract”), otherwise the payments could be viewed by a state Medicaid agency as a gift.
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