Starting a Family Dialogue Around Getting Older With Debbie Feldman (Ep. 8)

Dollars and Sense: Creating Your Fulfilled Life

23-11-2022 • 41 mins

Estate planning is hard for many, but it doesn’t have to be.

Let’s talk about how to have those tough conversations with family and make the process easier.

In this episode, Nicole talks about estate planning with Debbie Feldman, the founder of Debra D. Feldman and Associates, Ltd. Debbie is a licensed and insured clinical social worker and works as an Aging Life Care Manager. She shares her professional experiences along with personal experiences as it relates to having and initiating sensitive conversations with loved ones about their well-being and estate planning.

Nicole and Debbie discuss:

  • Who should initiate conversations about estate planning
  • How to approach sensitive conversations about estate planning and well-being with aging family members
  • What signs to look for that indicate your loved ones may need additional assistance, and how to open the conversation to offer them assistance
  • How to balance taking care of parents while remaining in the child in the child role
  • And more

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About our Guest:

Debbie Feldman is the owner and founder of Debra D. Feldman and Associates, Ltd. She is a licensed and insured clinical social worker. Debbie received her Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan in December 1984, and her B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from Washington University in St. Louis in May 1983. Trained as a social worker, Debra began her career as an Aging Life Care Manager in 1988, and in 1991, she established her own company, Debra D. Feldman & Associates, Ltd.

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