His son and daughter use foul language on texts and disrespect him greatly. They took over Sal's finances because Sal trusted his kids so he said ok. But now they are withdrawing money from his account with no accounting, and telling him he can only use 650 per month of his own money and... View More
2 doctors letters state: My dad is not able to make his own financial or personal decisions without his DPOA Daughter(that me). Daughter is also dads Healthcare surrogate.. Daughter Is going on vacation and wants to give the private nurse Temporary POA. Daughter wants the doctors nurses hospitals... View More
He convinced her to write him checks for $139,000. And he prematurely terminated an annuity costing her a minimum of $69,000 in fees, penalties & lost bonus. He lied to both of us, telling us the account had matured. He's his own employer and I can't find him listed in FINRA.
I am very sorry for your loss on the passing of your dad, and I am very sorry for your mom and her illness at this stage of her life. You will want and need to speak with a Florida probate Attorney, they will want to review any property deed that you have, and it will have to be determined what...View More
You should submit this question to Alaska Elder Law as you will need an opinion from the state where the elder is located .This may also be an Alaska Probate Law question if you have questions about what the estate is proposing as a distribution.
My folks 87 & 89 sold their house moved into a condo, rent until close. Now realtor is kicking them out & changed locks. They have 2 cats that’s the HOA does not allow but they were not aware when they made the deal and the HOA will not approve their rental application. They paid 1 month... View More
I'm sorry to hear about your uncle's passing and the complicated situation you're facing. To find out who your uncle's attorney or power of attorney was, you can start by checking any legal documents or records that your uncle may have kept, such as wills, estate planning...View More
I am in the middle of court case with criminal charges, for a crime I did not commit, the prosecutor wants to drop charges, but the supposed victim lies in the court and to the police statement and also refuses to let prosecutors to drop charges, and my case is costed my reputation n my life... View More
You might have the option to file a civil lawsuit for defamation if someone is deliberately making false statements about you that are damaging your reputation. In cases where these statements lead to criminal charges, the situation becomes more complex, but the essence of a defamation claim...View More
In 2019, my grandmother’s caregiver told the family that the doctor said her dementia was getting worse and she could not drive or make any financial decisions. In 2020, my grandmother’s lawyer, who is friends with the caregiver, allowed my grandmother to sign over her condo and change her... View More
increase in aprtment monthly fee and healthcare services and incidental charges:
community will employ cost control measures consistent with sound financial practices and the need for regular and continued maintainence of the community and the level o services provided. Resident... View More
My mother was brought down to Saint Cloud Fl by my aunt after her husband died on April 23. My aunt is planning on with a living man friend taking over my mother's Lower Manhattan NY apartment My aunt claims my mother doesn't want to talk with me but my mother never told me that and I... View More
You didn't indicate what, if anything, is preventing you from going to your mother's place or calling her. That info would be necessary to determine what, if anything, a lawyer can do for you. Contacting your mother would also be the first step in determining what rights, if any, you...View More
A civil trial lawyer would be the kind of lawyer you need but someone who specializes in gender law. I would call your homeowner's insurance company to see if they will provide a lawyer to represent you.
It depends on what your divorce papers stated upon your divorce and whether the home has homestead protection. Usually, a home of this type as a primary residence in the State of Florida is deemed homestead and protected and not subject to nursing home/Medicaid and the like.
I live in an area that is majority elderly. Elder abuse has become a huge problem and I know several people that have a hard time managing their money. I would like to offer POA services for things like managing bank accounts, paying bills, etc. Am I able to do that without being a lawyer? Am I... View More
A person who has been given a power of attorney by another person is called an "attorney in fact". You don't have to be licensed to practice law, to be an attorney in fact, but be sure you don't engage in the practice of law or perform public accounting, because you have to be...View More
In addition to requesting the court set aside the fraudulent deed, you could also ask for an order to quiet title. If your mother is still living and now capable of making decisions in her own capacity, she will need to bring the action herself. If your mother is still living and now incapable of...View More
You need to schedule a consultation with an attorney to evaluate all the facts and related communications. The action against you may or may not be lawful, depending on the details, and even if it's lawful, you may have potential counterclaims for money damages.
Control over all assets changed his Will, sold his car - accessed and closed his 3 personal bank accounts, transferred $ to her accounts ect .. from the hospital my father ended up in long term care / she sold the home they lived in which was 50/50 - took her 50% and moved with her family in... View More
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