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Always Put Caregiver Contracts in Writing

Posted by Aubrey Sizer | Nov 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

When hiring a caregiver, it is important to put the contract in writing. Courts can be especially strict about requiring contracts when caregivers are relatives, but a formal agreement is still necessary even if the caregiver is not a relative.  A recent Michigan court ruling illustrates how ...

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