Your elderly parent is likely proud of the fact that he or she still has a driver's license. Dad feels more independent knowing that he can drive himself to the store whenever he needs. Mom is hesitant to relinquish the choice to be able to visit a friend whenever she feels like it without needing to ask for a ride. Driving helps older adults feel more autonomous. As an added bonus, your elderly parent having a driver's license probably means more freedom for you as well.
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Procrastination is common, and, for the most part, harmless. When it comes to preparing for your elderly loved one's future, however, procrastination can prove to be a bit more of a concern. Despite the host of reasons why early estate planning is advisable, your elderly loved one may be hesitant to begin the estate planning process because: