Ethics Matters

Driving Miss Mary

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


One thing that keeps me busy now that I don't have to punch a clock at the Judicial Branch is taking care of my mother. It may be the hardest work I have ever done, but it is also the most rewarding. I was lucky that a good friend gave me some pointers when I began this process a few years ago dealing with my Dad, and in the spirit of "paying it forward," I thought I should share those with any of you who may be facing or approaching the prospect of dealing with an aging parent.

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