Rebecca MacGregor writes “Legal Considerations Of Living In A Multi-Generational Home” for Private Wealth Magazine

Private Wealth Magazine has published “Legal Considerations Of Living In A Multi-Generational Home” by Rebecca MacGregor.  COVID-19 has transformed our homes to now become homes, offices, and schools.  Families are balancing multiple roles and many could use an extra pair of hands around to help out.  Many are looking to move in with their parents or children to help ease this stress.  Rebecca MacGregor discusses the legal issues to consider before moving into a multi-generational household.

If you are considering living in a multigenerational home, there are some initial questions that you need to discuss with your family…What happens if a couple gets divorced? Who has the right to reside in the home and how will the ownership be divided? What happens if a parent must later reside in a nursing home for care?

Continue reading “Legal Considerations Of Living In A Multi-Generational Home” on the Private Wealth Magazine website.

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Rebecca MacGregor is a creative estate planning attorney with nearly 20 years of experience designing estate plans to minimize tax and avoid probate. She has helped multi-generational families, individuals, small businesses, and non-profit organizations with estate and gift tax planning, business succession planning, wealth preservation, estate and trust administration, charitable giving, general business, and real estate issues.

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