Q: I need to transfer my aunt from facility in Texas to 1 in Arkansas she has Alzheimer's her husband cannot care for her
Her husband has a broken his hip and it's going to be in a long-term facility himself they only married in 2016.
A: What is your question? If your aunt has legal capacity and the MD says she can be moved, she can be moved. If your aunt lacks legal capacity, someone needs to become her guardian in order to be able to decide where she lives. If the person becomes her guardian in Texas, after moving her to Arkansas, they can transfer the guardianship to Arkansas.
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