Aug 30, 2011

Family Contracts

You have been married very happily for about a year and all is well between you and your spouse.

But now a new problem has arisen that neither one of you were anticipating. One of your parents has passed away and the other is elderly and must move in with you. If you follow a few simple rules this could be a very enjoyable experience.

To have a stress-free relationship you and your spouse should enter into a family contract with the remaining parent. This may sound silly to you but believe me you will avoid many problems. Of course you want to have a harmonious family relationship but sometimes this becomes difficult because many adults are used to being independent which can cause problems.

You don't need an attorney for this makeup a simple statement of what is expected of each party this can help avoid tension and family argument.

The family contract could include such things as will the arrangement be open-ended or for a specified period of time. What areas of the home will be designated for your guest. Will they contribute financially to the family. Will smoking be allowed in the house. These are just examples you must really sit down and discuss them with the entire family. By making a family agreement you will avoid a lot of unpleasant situation and everybody will know what is inspected of them.

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