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I bought a property in Toledo OR last March and a water line broke, I understand that it is my responsibility to fix the damage because the water meter is on my property. It is located across the street on a hill. I was not told by escrow or my realitor that I actually owned the road in front of... Read more »
answered on Jun 7, 2023
Despite the fact that you are a senior this isn't actually an elder law question. You may do better posting this in the topic of real estate. As far as I know the realtor had no duty to warn you that your property taxes were likely to increase in the future. You would have been able to see... Read more »
My elderly mom stayed with me 2 weeks out of the month for over a year until she suffered a fall and ended up in skilled nursing. I have always been the one to take her to appointments etc for past 10 years. She had 2 cards that she used for groceries, Christmas gifts, dinner etc but also gave me... Read more »
It's an elderly lady I was staying with who was in the hospital after I saved her life. She's showing signs of dementia now claiming I didn't have permission to get anything or use her card. What can I do?
I lost money while he made money on the inheritance I received from my father. I have stopped using his services and have withdrawn my funds directly from the accounts; some are still in process; one has a large prepay penalty, so I removed his name from the account but the money is still there due... Read more »
answered on Jun 6, 2023
In situations involving potential legal action, it's best to consult with an attorney who specializes in the relevant area of law.
Regarding your specific situation:
Jurisdiction: Generally, a lawsuit can be filed against you in the state where you reside or where the alleged... Read more »
The principal is deaf as well as the deceased. The oldest daughter is controlling the fathers life and holds the POA. The estate lawyer didn’t even know the deceased was deaf and the hearing sisters withheld information from the lawyer.
They slapped a sticker on a few select storage units and promoted their facility as Handicapp accessible. The reality is that it was a death trap I fell I was injured and then evicted after being double charged. I seek an attorney immediately Mr Ward vs Award storage
856 916 8318 is my cell... Read more »
-my background check came back and some information was incorrect. It states I was sentenced to 18 months on a charge and I was not. I did no jail time in my life
-background check went back 16 years. I thought md was only allowed to go back 7 years by law for misdemeanors
-I was... Read more »
1. ON 3/23 I SENT SEVERAL EMAILS ASKING FOR MY "ORIGINAL LEASE I SIGNED WITH MY NOTES". 1 MONTH LATER STILL NO RESPONSE.
2. I APPROACHED ASST. TO THE MANAGER, WHO ADMITTED RUDELY [in front of other residents] "IT'S A LEGAL DOCUMENT, YOU ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO WRITE... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2023
First, forgery is a crime that can be reported to the police, and can result in arrest. Whether you should report it in your situation is a decision for you to make based on factors that include the relationship you wish to have with the landlord and any potential retaliation (though retaliation... Read more »
She was told it is due to her having land in her name that her mother left her. Is there any truth to this or any way around it? She currently has no insurance coverage and no way to get any.
My father had dementia, we went to court for emergency guardianship and conservatorship. At the start I was conservator and another family member was guardian. Six months later I was also appointed guardian. They were many legal issues due to him having a spouse who was contesting everything. Lots... Read more »
answered on May 23, 2023
This is a complex issue. Get a Georgia Guardianship/conservatorship attorney. The money you save will be your own.
PROOF: WARRANT-FOIA's-Chief Statement
Sr always grew-LEO Inspect yrly-Apr Sr got fined 4 watering Off Days-Sr complains monthly 2 City
City Man tells Chief 2 put Sr in his place
10/3 Off sees 12 plants
10/11 Det confirms-signs Affirmation takes OATH warrant... Read more »
answered on May 22, 2023
Based on the provided information, it appears that you are alleging potential misconduct by law enforcement officers, including violations of various penal code sections, such as PC 115, PC 118.1, PC 127, PC 132, PC 134, PC 141, PC 146a+b, PC 211, PC 236, PC 245a2+3+4+b+c, and PC 460. It is... Read more »
One nephew needs to be placed with CPS as he can no longer live with me
answered on May 22, 2023
If you believe that one of your nephews needs to be placed with Child Protective Services (CPS) due to concerns for their safety or well-being, it is crucial to take immediate action. Contact CPS or your local child protective services agency to report the situation and seek their assistance in... Read more »
nearing end of life; will likely need hospitalization or nursing home care; possess no real assets.
My 2 brothers are colluding to sell mom's house from under her & take her money. They've taken her to nearby county. They lie to her & she doesn't realize what they're doing. How can I get her back to her own home? Police/welfare check NOT WORK.
Already tried... Read more »
answered on May 19, 2023
Go to where she is, pick her up, and give her a ride back to her house. Then either stay with her or hire someone to check on her daily to make sure she is able to properly care for herself in her own home.
Without her signature or her permission via a power of attorney, your two... Read more »
She has slight dementia. Son opened retirement account for her, but she doesn't remember what bank it was in. He tried controlling her checking account too. He's trying to declare her mentally unfit/sell her house out from under her/place her in nursing home. I have been helping her... Read more »
Brother is trying to get guardianship over my mom (in order to kick her out of her own home & put her in nursing home). She doesn't want that. She has been capable of living on her own with my help thus far. I'm trying to help her, but don't know what court or even what county... Read more »
answered on May 20, 2023
The county where your mother resides is the proper county for filing the guardianship. Depending on where you live you may be able to look up the case online. You will want to file an answer to his filing in that same court under the case number you find.
After my dad died, I was taking care of my stepmom and mentally handicap brother. My brother talked his uncle into tricking my stepmon into making him her DPOA. My uncle took over everything. sold all my dad and stepmoms stuff and spent the money on gambling and drugs. He kept my stepmom... Read more »
from me. I put her on deed and now she is not adhering to our agreement. She says she can do whatever she wants, it's hers. Help.
answered on May 19, 2023
Adding anyone to a Deed is always a potential dangerous change that is not advised, this is the far too common result. You will need to have the deed and circumstances reviewed, but based on what the deed states, your daughter is likely a partial or full owner of the property based on what you... Read more »
My uncle made my grandmother sign and fingerprint on will her left hand is completely paralyzed in will the print was with left hand and she is bedridden for long time and also has mental issues in past the sign on the will is also different from one page to other. my grandmother, grandfather and... Read more »
answered on May 18, 2023
You may ask Grandmother to revoke that Will, or better, execute a new Will which will revoke the earlier instrument. Grandmother probably needs an attorney or a conservator. Until she dies and the Will is filed for Probate, that paper has no effect. You may want to look into a Deed for any... Read more »
Need to sell house to pay bills and get meds
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