If you sprayed an insecticide into your room all day and night and then became ill, it sounds like you made yourself sick. You should go to the doctor before you even think about talking to an attorney. If someone else is responsible for spraying Raid, then that person might be responsible,...Read more »
My elderly neighbor's husband just passed, and she finds herself overwhelmed by paperwork, by legal matters, and so forth. She is getting quite on in years and has no living family. She offered to will me her home if I would become power of attorney on her behalf and helped manage her affairs.... Read more »
I'm a abused beneficiary my siblings won't show me my dad and grandma accounting I believe they're are stealing from my dad and grandma they change their mailing address to a p.o box I've believe my grandma and dad been abused physically and mentally.
I have informed the manager of the problem and she told me to talk to me ? and to write her a letter about the matter and drop in the night box for the building. I did the first letter 12-1-20 and the second letter 12-7-20. This man only stomps over my bedroom and drops things on the floor and... Read more »
I suggest you go up and introduce yourself to your new neighbor. In as friendly a manner as possible, let him know you are his downstairs neighbor. You might ask if he has difficulty moving around in his apartment as it sometimes sounds like he is making stomping noises that can be quite startling,...Read more »
What does my wife need to prove to the court and what is the best type of evidence for my wife to provide the courts to show the that her mother needs to be confined for her safety and the safety of others(her mother has he her liscenae revoked but still drives when she shouldn’t she stops in the... Read more »
A Conservatorship is filed in the County where she lives. You can ask the judge for special powers to put her in a facility where she can be kept from wandering, but your doctor has to support it and the judge won't want to do it unless it really is the best thing for Mom; the same procedure...Read more »
My mother has been living in a senior living apartment home as a tenant. Three days ago, she slipped on the floor in the bathroom and pulled her emergency cord that is supposed to directly ring the local fire department for emergency help. However, after she pulled the cord for 30 minutes, no help... Read more »
Contact an attorney. Do you have any evidence that the Landlord knew that the cord didn't work. They should have some policies in place to avoid such a situation. Like a weekly test of the system, etc..
Today, I received a letter from the HOA stating that i need to remove the signs now, as the election is over. Note: The election is not over yet until all states certify the election and/or legal action is completed and decisions are rendered in all states and electoral college. I believe this... Read more »
This is a common refrain one keeps hearing about local HOA, i.e. that they continue to interfere with our personal freedoms in some fashion or another. The present issue lies in the fact that you do not consider the election "over" yet. It is only a matter of semantics, because for all...Read more »
well they had a family meetinmg they didnt want me to know about he told a sister under me to carry out all the eveil things they all agreeed on they abandoned me she went on the bribe all my friends she bribed my two daughters they stole my identity it took me over a year just two get my dvr... Read more »
My dad is a 83 years widower and recently met a female who became his best friend. They have developed an intimacy relationship over the past months. I recently found out that my dad lent his female friend $210,000 in the past few months without a promissory note. According to my dad, his female... Read more »
This question appears to be requesting a legal opinion. That is normally done within an attorney-client relationship. Based on the limited fact statement above there seems to be a problem. An attorney might be able advise your whether you have standing to do anything about it even if your father...Read more »
this went on police were call. citizens of this building are scared of him, she had to move out last week we need to file a restraining order because they have her new address. We are filing a law suite for damages she was also hospitalize in the time that she was living there, he does not do his... Read more »
Terribly sorry to hear your mother was treated this way, Elder Abuse is as bad as Child Abuse, because Elders often cannot protect themselves. You need to contact a local attorney that deals in Elder Abuse right away, he can assist you to obtain the relief you need for your mother. You should...Read more »
So this goes with the other question posted in probate. Apparently this check comes from an escrow on a refi and is a one time deal. Your other post said there was a joint account. Deposit the check there. The old lender is no longer involved once paid off and does not need any additional...Read more »
What is not clear from your post is who is the maker on the check? You provide so much extraneous information that is sounds like the check is coming from the trust that your father is the trustee on. But that makes no sense. IMO you should go to the maker of the check and request that the check...Read more »
It’s a common situation, but every bank and credit union and other financial institution has its own rules. My experience as an estate planning specialist with over 25 years in the field is to simply have your dad endorse the check on the reverse side as follows: “For deposit only”, and then...Read more »
I'm the son of the partner who is unable to speak. Her spouse is not making choices in her best interests and our family believes he is using his power for his benefit. We believe he is using her money, credit cards, and has mentioned he is using our elderly grandmothers (now deceased) bank... Read more »
If the power of attorney is NOT durable then it was automatically revoked when your mother became incapacitated. If it is durable and your mother is no longer able to revoke it, then you would have to go to court to get a guardian and conservator appointee. The conservator would then be able to...Read more »
I have a durable poa for my father in law and his grandson has medical poa. He put my father in law in an assisted living home and is paying by writing check from his social security checks every month. I did not know or approve of this procedure ans from what i understand i am supposed to agree... Read more »
If you are not pleased with the situation, you need to file for a conservatorship, either of the person or property of your F-I-L. It isn't an easy procedure, you will need a Guardianship/Conservatorship/estate attorney. This will give the Court jurisdiction over the way father's social...Read more »
My father still has a small mortgage on the home. He already has a Will and Durable POA. He is interested in creating a mechanism such as a living trust by which his home and minivan can be transferred to me as his sole heir without the necessity of the property going through probate. His Will... Read more »
I'm a caregiver in an assisted living facility. Back in July 2020, one of the residents (in her 80's) mentioned about her vacant home and asked me if I wanted to lease it. I answered yes but told her my current lease ends November 30, 2020. She said her friend (her trust administrator)... Read more »
Because of your position as a caregiver, any transaction that you have with one of your charges will have, at least, an "appearance" of impropriety or overreaching by you. This is whether the transaction is in fact, disadvantageous to the charge or not. On the other hand, if you are...Read more »
In Northern Calif. My name is on her lease for emergency, next of kin, and also it grants me access to her apt if & when needed. She gave me her keys. She has taken a turn for the worse. I need to clear out her apt, but mgmt won't let me in unless they get paperwork showing my mom... Read more »
Best wishes to your mom. Start with getting a letter from her M.D. stating that she has suffered a stroke, is suffering from COVID and cannot make decisions for herself. They probably want to cover their asses rather than cause you grief. I assume that you do not have a Health Care POA. You...Read more »
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