San Antonio, TX asked in Elder Law for Texas

Q: How Do I exercise DPOA limit to a family member whom is trying to move in my mothers home w four children and self.?

We are currently in a APS/CPS involving this niece and my parent. The police were involved since child neglect is an issue. My mother is 84 yrs old n disabled. Sarah leaves her children, 1-3 children per incident w her on a regular basis.

I need to keep her away from my parent for her well-being and safety.

Location-Victoria Tx

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Terry Lynn Garrett

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A: Who lets her in? It is still your mother's house. If your mother lets her in the door, will it help to put a padlock and a no trespassing sign on the gate?

On the other hand, if the niece has harmed your mother while "living" there, get a temporary restraining order based on domestic violence.

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