New Orleans, LA asked in Family Law and Domestic Violence for Louisiana

Q: I live in Chalmette, Louisiana..and I need some assistance. I was the caretaker to my elderly parents age 82 and 87

My parents own the home, the locks were changed and I do not have access to my home...so now I am homeless and I want to see my mom...but my step brothers are using intimidation to keep me from seeing my mom. One step brother who is an ex con and is currently on probation, his wife assaulted me in the home I was living in ...no police report was file..but now they will not let me see my mom unless one of them are there...I do not want to be around the one whose wife assaulted me had a scheduled visit to see my mom at 9AM...and did not keep it because the ex-con's vehicle was in the driveway. There is no type of temporary restraining orders are any violence...it is purely a matter of spite that they are doing this.

I am 60 years old and have lived there for 5 1/2 years taking care of my parents. Do I have any rights to visit my mom without the ex-con and his wife being in the house as they do not reside there.....as I fear they will try to assault me. Please help.

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1 Lawyer Answer

Ellen Cronin Badeaux

Answered
  • Domestic Violence Lawyer
  • Covington, LA
  • Licensed in Louisiana

A: You can hire an attorney to seek interdiction of your parents.

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