Q: My ex-husband is 64 with advanced dementia. His girlfriend married him 6 weeks ago My daughter needs help to annul it.
His girlfriend cashed out his 401K and used his credit. She refused to let anyone talk to him over the past 2 yrs. She refused to take him to the doctors. He was wandering around daily in his Camptonville neighborhood. He has gone missing several times. My daughters and I flew out to check on him and realized that she had accessed his 401K, bought a vehicle, bought a $4,000 wedding ring and all new furniture. His girlfriend is an alcoholic and drinks from 6:00 am until she goes to bed. She failed to feed him, provide medical care and has filed fraudulent unemployment claims and social security benefits. My ex husband can barely read and write and does not know how to use a computer at all. I live in NC as does his younger daughter and his older daughter lives in Virginia. He owns property and his girlfriend is in the process of trying to sell his personal property. She finally took him to the hospital. He is now in a long term assisted living facility. Please help us with this crime.
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