Had been in a Skilled Nursing Facility since the injury. But currently in Kindred Hospital Ontario. Waitng to be transferred back to Inland Valley Care in Pomona. Hopong to get him transferred to Lancaster, to be closer to home. He's receiving Military pension, VA Disability and Social Security... Read more »
Conservatorships come in two types: the person and the estate.
Conservatorship of the person allows you to make medical and personal decisions. Conservatorship of the estate allows you to handle his finances. Both take a few months to get (add an extra couple months due to the Corona...Read more »
I live in Eugene, OR. My father is in Yucca Valley, CA in memory care facility since 1/2019. His wife had control of his advance directive and finances. After urging for months she put me on the HIPA and efforts were being made by social worker to get me added to the advance directive. However, she... Read more »
Handle the water leak as a plumbing problem and give that immediate attention. Then contact an attorney to discuss the mold issues. As long as water continues to enter, that will only compound the health issues created by this situation. Good luck
I worked n a nursing home 26 years, no thank you. It looks like hospice for me, we have wills and living wills. He has Tricare for life and so do I. He is my sponsor, I have no children and my two sisters have their own issues and are well off. What else do I have to do to keep me at home. I have... Read more »
If your deed is a "joint with right of survival" deed with your husband, h the ownership will transfer to him upon your death. If you have to go into a nursing home, on Medicaid, your home would be a "protected asset" so long as your husband continued to live there. Whoever is named as an agent on...Read more »
After I became a guardian. I found out the temporary guardian settled outside of court with the boarding home that was neglecting my father. I was never inform and this info was hidden from me. I found all this out on my own. My father is now deceased. Shouldn't that money have gone to the new... Read more »
My spouse recently became a Ward of the state. He has a public guardian & conservator. How do I get protection under the spousal impoverishment laws? I depend on his income. He receives retirement from the railroad of $3400 per month. He went to a Nursing Home yesterday. His care will run $6000.00... Read more »
Your question is remarkably complex. This forum is designed and good for simple, general questions that will get you to the 'next step' for legal situations. Sometimes all people need is a simple answer. From the facts you’ve given, it seems that you need a lot more than an internet answer. Find...Read more »
Was the contact and his emergency contact for him when in hospital. He was hospitalized since September 2019 & found out he had lung cancer as well as other GI problems. Went home on his birthday January 31st. He was getting stronger but I got sick and was unable to see him. Then I got busy with... Read more »
I'm sorry for your difficult situation. A landlord-tenant attorney could advise best here, but your post remains open for three weeks. At this point, you have probably already explored whether there was an insurance policy in effect to cover for the fire loss. If not, that is something to do...Read more »
It depends on what you need. The Legal Aid Society and other agencies have free conservatorship clinics (I volunteer at the San Diego one); Google around. They normally only will do conservatorship of the Person, which gives you the right to run that person's life and medical decisions....Read more »
Be very careful as a power of attorney in putting assets in your name or naming yourself as a future beneficiary of assets. The law in Ohio is that if you do that as a power of attorney then the transfer is presumed to be the result of undue influence, and you must then overcome that presumption.
She lives in a memory care senior community. My brother in law has power of attorney and I believe conservatorship. I am very close to her. I support and take care of her in many ways since my husband passed away. I recently learned that my brother in las has been taking out a substantial amount... Read more »
Without being the conservator of her person and estate, there’s not much you can do except be supportive of her. The conservator has control of her money and is accountable to the court for the use of her money. If he is using her money inappropriately, the court will demand that he pay the...Read more »
Long story short she moved to Fl to be closer to my brother ( he lived there at the time) and for the weather. Moms health isn’t always the best. He took a job and moved to VA about 2 years later. He handed he major investments, he did some foolish things with her money, “ he “bailed”her... Read more »
My older brother early 50's receive Medicaid do to stroke, aneurysm etc. I turned in his renewal forms. I'm his unofficial caregiver so i get Medicaid also. What I'd like to know is would Medicaid look back through my back account too? I have a savings not much but a few k I inherited and a... Read more »
Everyone who receives Medicaid will have their finances renewed annually. With the exception of spouses, each individual is reviewed individually, so your finances would not be considered in a review of your brother’s.
If you suspect this woman is unduly influencing your father and/or is taking advantage of him financially, you should immediately contact Adult Protective Services. More information here: https://www.cityofmontclair.org/city-government/police-department/victim-information/elder-abuse
Your question suggests that you're under the belief you reached a law firm. This is not a law firm; it's a forum where lawyers answer questions. If you're seeking a lawyer, you could go to the lawyer listings on this site, or you could search through your own independent efforts. Good luck...Read more »
if the sale of the house? The deed was once in my sisters name but my mother put it back into her name after she got the mortgage.There are many more details and we would like to know if my mother needs to hire an attorney to protect what she has left
Parent is on disability and Medicade/Medicare. Currently in recovery center in Calabash, NC. Dr. in SC stated he has dementia. Facility is planning on sending him home despite diagnosis. They suggested private home health care. I have not spoke to my father sine 2016 for about 30 minutes. Before... Read more »
Yes, it would likely apply but only to the extent that yourself and your immediate family are provided for. In other words you are likely only gonna be responsible for 'pops' to the tune of what ever is leftover each month after you have handled your personal and family obligations. If you live...Read more »
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