Free brief on co-housing with parents and adult children

Read this before you move in with your parents or adult children. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Intergenerational co-housing is as old as time and makes sense for so many reasons. However, in our modern world it can lead to unintended tax, estate, and other financial consequences. As we all know, a financial crisis could cause painful misunderstandings and devastating family feuds. The best way to avoid disaster is to prepare by going over the possible hazards and pitfalls in advance and making sure that the legal foundation of your co-housing arrangement is in alignment with your agreement.

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