By Tim Kowols
Intergenerational living is becoming more common across Door County and around the country. Limited income, student loan debt, and health are just some of the reasons why kids, parents, and grandparents might find themselves living together. Gay Pustaver from Money Management Counselors says every situation is unique, but they still need to start a conversation.
Pustaver says having the conversation and identifying value systems in advance makes it easier for all sides to come together to sort through potential issues.