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Although James was a chartered financial advisor, he could not persuade his Dad to share money responsibilities with his Mum and relinquish the paper-based ledger he used to record all the household’s finances for decades. As his Dad’s dementia worsened, James felt even less able to press to see his parents’ affairs. After his Dad passed away, James found a huge muddle of accounts and unpaid bills that took months to sort through and cost his Mum thousands.
I have lots of paper files dotted around the spare room, but I know where everything is, or I did until I suffered a brain aneurysm rupture.
“I felt dreadful…Assisting with his finances was especially complex and somewhere along the way I stopped being a daughter enjoying time with her ailing Dad.”