So how long would this process take if we assume the other heir won't say anything, no arguments from the other side? After i TRY to quiet title and ask to exclude this asset from the estate forever, using probate code 850.... oh wait, i forgot i dont only wish to quiet title inorder to correct the... Read more »
I have a court order to gain access, LAPD did not want me to enter because I would be in harms way although she was not violent she had barricaded the doors & windows, 3 officers pushed the door open 12", APS said I do not need to gain access she looks fine & does not want me in the house. I was... Read more »
If your mom is competent, she can simply send her nephew a letter informing him that his power of attorney has been revoked and then notify everyone that you’re aware of who is relying on that power of attorney that it has been revoked. If your mom is incompetent, call Adult Protective Services...Read more »
If your mother had a valid Will you need to obtain a copy of the Will. The Will may have been lodged with the superior court where your mother resided on her death. If your mother owned real property in her name and not jointly and the real property has a fair market value of more than $150,000 a...Read more »
My mother is 86 and in the early stages of dementia. My brother and sister live at my mom's house rent-free, but do little to care for her. They also are trustees of her living trust (which they coerced her to get) and will not show me that document. She needs many repairs to her house (sewer... Read more »
It depends on whether your power of attorney is durable, whether your authority under that power of attorney is effective immediately or only upon incapacity, and the express powers given to you. It also depends on whether that power of attorney remains effective or has been revoked.
A questionably valid POA was signed while my dad was on many forms of life support and then a Trust was created with that POA. Money was taken and placed into the POA’s personal bank accounts and she continued to collect that money after his death on the POA. She was required to handle my... Read more »
The case is well documented, proven and the crime has even been admitted to under oath in federal court....it seems as if there are few (none) attorneys familiar with or interested in taking a civil case involving financial abuse of a dependent adult. The Elder Abuse Dependent Adult Civil... Read more »
It is not clear what you mean when you say the case has already been "proven" in court, but the remedies of attorneys' fees and punitive damages you mention are only realized after a verdict. That means your case must be tried, which you probably know is a long and expensive pathway. If your case...Read more »
Is it ok to be Administrator of Estate if i have conflict with the decendant ownership to a property? This is whats going on....My uncle is the only living son and he figured this was an easy way to inherit something. By changing title to one of my properties into his mothers name who was dying.... Read more »
My only sister lives in MS and she is taking money from her while she is in the facility permanently. When my mother admitted herself into the facility she emptied my mother home of everything. And has opened accounts in my mother name.
"Next of kin"& caretaker in kahoots have taken over bank accts. by false POA, taken jewelry from safe deposit box too and other expensive collectors items.Caretaker added her name onto several bank accounts & was writting checks."Next of Kin" had recently started to visit grandma almost everyday... Read more »
I rent a car from an individual. The car was impounded by the Sherriff and I can't get in touch with the owner. I am being denied my personal property: cell phone, passport, work items, and clothes and food even though I can prove ownership of the items. I'm severely affected by not having my... Read more »
My mother had to put my father in a residential facility due to dementia and not being able to care for him. She is 86 and he is 84. Can she apply for Medicaid? She only gets $700 from Social security and has to pay rent,utilities and prescriptions.
Among the things to watch for is protecting her assets from "pay back" to Medi-Cal. If either or both spouses go into nursing home care, Medi-Cal will keep track of how much money they are spending and try to recover that money from the estate after they have both...Read more »
Attorneys are not mandated reporters of suspected financial elder abuse. As well, our ethics rules do not follow the American Bar Association ethics rules all other states follow that allow for more attorney action. Our rules on this subject can be found here:...Read more »
A few years back, I had installed cameras throughout my mother’s home(with her consent) to monitor her when I wasn’t home to make sure she was ok as she has early/mid stages of dementia. Recently she is needing more care and I need to hire a in home caregiver for a couple of hours and have... Read more »
It certainly can be elder abuse, but you would have to prove bad faith by the landlord. Is it possible that you don't get your deposit back for legitimate reasons? If the landlord is just a crook, then I am afraid you may just have to sue to get it back.
How do i ask the probate court to release my money out of blocked accts? I want the court to release all the money to me ($600k approx.) this has been a waste of time. And I also want to tell the court that since this money does not belong to the deceased I want court NOT to pay the claim to Health... Read more »
There is a judicial counsel for to petition the court to withdraw funds from a blocked account: Judicial Counsel Form MC-357. You must also file an order to withdraw funds from a blocked account: Judicial Counsel Form MC-358. When you file this petition and order, you can only ask the court to...Read more »
then had an emergency procedure at sutter they gave me medicence i am allergic to, they strapped me in bed have pix to show bruises. how does hospital not give me my own files?? how they give me wrong medicene, both uc davis who deformed me n refuse me my paperwork, and sutter which give me... Read more »
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