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My mother is POA my husband and myself take care of my grandmother. A lady from Elderly Aging Services came by said she had a report made. My grandmother who is 87 and still very sharp told the lady she knows everything that's been spent. My mom never kept receipts she would give me cash for... Read more »
If a report of possible financial wrongdoing was made, then they are obligated by law to investigate and confirm that the money has been used for your grandmother. Depending on how much money has been paid to you, or how much has been spent, they could take action. Use the Find a Lawyer tab and...Read more »
I'm his daughter and have DPOA. She has been in rehab centers for at least 18 of the last 24 months. She's not been in contact with my father for months. Can she assume ownership of trailer without her name on the title. She will not pay bills associated with the trailer/car. She has max over 20k... Read more »
My mother is the person behind me no longer being part of things. She has always been jealous of my relationship with my father. The past year my father left me a voice message saying he needed to talk to me but I couldn't let anyone know. I have the message. He is 83 and getting dementia. My... Read more »
That really is a matter best resolved within the family. Talk to siblings or others. If he is staying at home, she could keep you from entering, unless he can let you in. If he is in a care facility, she might have given them instructions on who can visit. You could file a court action to try...Read more »
My father-in-law is currently recovering from a fall that caused a brain bleed. He has asked us to figure out how to get his Power Of Attorney switched to my wife from my sister-in-law. He doesn't trust her due to her numerous times in jail followed by a 9 year sentence for vehicular homicide and... Read more »
He can revoke her POA by sending her written notice, and also notifying any banks or other businesses with whom he does business. He can then execute a new POA. Rather than a POA, it might also be done with joint ownership of his bank accounts. He really needs some advice on how to do it...Read more »
I let an individual handle my bank account when I went into the Ohio Veterans Home. He paid my expenses and pocketed the rest. When I went into the Veterans Home I was at the time about 73. I am now 82. Is there any posibality of a law suit or prosacution due to the fact that I am a senior citizen... Read more »
Original buyer never paid full amount for business, we obtained a judgment, our attorney did not act on the remainder due( we will be sueing him- that's another story) they appealed, now they are claiming she hid business assets- untrue, she lost her home, had major medical problems and judgements... Read more »
I think I answered this already. Did the tavern have insurance? That should cover the claim, get her an attorney. If the claimant settled, see the release. Otherwise, get a consult from a bankruptcy attorney. That would put the other proceedings on hold.
This has been going on for 5 years.. If it is an LLC and she was President ..there was no piercing of the veil.. how can they request a debtors exam?? she is on SSI, home was foreclosed on, she rents an apartment, it was a bar , there were no assets .. She is basically bed ridden, heart attack when... Read more »
Depends heavily on the complexity of the estate. If the individual is simply poor and already medicare and Medicaid eligible, there's not much to plan. If it is a disabled person whose family has set up a substantial trust (or wants to), it is significantly more complex.
If he signed a Power of Attorney for finances, then they probably have the ability to take control over his finances. However, if he does not want to continue this arrangement, then he can revoke the Power of Attorney document and take back control over his finances.
My brother is living with her and I believe he is making the problem worse. She isn't getting the doctor's care she needs. He refuses to allow her to part with any of the items that may be worth money to help get her into a nursing care facility. Ideally, I would like to have everything including... Read more »
If you cannot persuade her to do what is necessary, then you could attempt to be appointed her guardian by filing in the probate court, but you would need a doctor to confirm that she is not fully mentally competent and requires a guardian. Your brother may be taking advantage of the situation to...Read more »
My parents are thinking of placing their home in an irrevocable trust in order to avoid medicaid estate recovery if they are to need long term care. Are there ways to draft the trust so that when it is sold after their deaths that we can avoid substantial capital gains taxes by receiving a step... Read more »
Perhaps there is an unpaid funeral bill to be paid.
See Ohio Administrative Code 5160-3-16.5)H)(3)(c) "If funeral and/or burial expenses for a deceased resident have not been paid, and all the resident's resources other than the PNA have been exhausted, the resident's PNA account funds...Read more »
It is likely my grandparents will need full time care in the next few years. Is there any way to protect some or any of their assets if they are likely to need long term Medicaid coverage within the next 5 years, which I understand to be the look-back period, without getting them penalized?
She makes to much money to quality for Medicaid. She has to much money in the bank. She also has a life insurance policy with me as the beneficiary. I can't take care of her because I'm on oxygen. There is not enough money to hire someone long term. Please help me . I don't know what to do and I... Read more »
My father is in hospice and has signed to designate me with POA. He has few assets, is enrolled in Medicaid, and what little income he has is going to the nursing home. On top of that, he has significant medical bills from the past year that are not covered (he does not have the money to pay),... Read more »
His POA will terminate at his death. Check with BMV about changing title to car now or transfer on death. His estate will be liable for his debts. If his estate is insolvent, then the creditors won't be paid.
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