Founding partner, Sherwin Belkin, recently answered a question in The New York Times concerning the risk to provide an apartment to a home aide as a job benefit
In particular, a reader posed a question about what would happen if the relationship doesn’t work out and they want to replace the aide with someone else.
People certainly hire live-in home health aides to assist in care, and you can use an apartment you own for this purpose. But first, you should make sure that the terms of the agreement are spelled out. However, Sherwin Belkin states that the risks are fairly minimal.
Read the full article in The New York Times