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Personal services contracts

A personal services contract provides compensation to a caregiver in return for his/her providing various personal services to a disabled person.  Most often, it is a contract between an adult child and disabled parent. The caregiver need not be licensed or trained as a health care provider; he just must perform services that are required as a result of the parent's physical or cognitive incapacity. Caregiver services may include but are not limited to: handling personal finances; providing the patient with transportation to and from doctor's visits; or taking care of the person's day-to-day needs at home.

Contact the attorneys at Mark Pirozzi LLC to discuss if a personal services contract is the right option for you and your family.