I was a long term caregiver. I have been without electricity for 100 days. City refuses to allow me to reconnect because I live in my deceased mother's home. Have been told an instrument exists that I can file that will give me right to occupy as a caregiver. What Is that and who do I file it... Read more »
Unless you are deemed incompetent they probably cannot force you. You may want to explore other options including home health, Oklahoma ADvantage program (assistance provided at state cost to you), assisted living etc.
My Mom was helping this guy that asked to take care of him giving him baths and cleaning his house and to fix his house up and to get rid of a severe case of bed bugs and he gave her is credit card and the pin and car keys when he went to the hospital and my mom went and bought the things needed to... Read more »
My mother who lives in Okmulgee County, OK has been diagnosed with dementia, and I want to petition for guardianship and/or conservatorship. However, I live in IL. Per law 304104, I don't think OK nonresidents can be guardians, and I am not sure about conservatorship.
Typically, income is not considered in determining eligibility.
The usual age of eligibility is 65 years old. However, Medicare is available to those that have been eligible for Social Security disability benefits for at least 24 months or who have end-stage renal disease.
This one can get complicated very quickly. For example, is the IRA in payout status? If so, the answer is yes. Is the person married? If yes, part of the IRA may be allocated to the spouse. Also, what is the total value of the IRA account?
The thing to remember, is that Medicaid can look...Read more »
You may want to contact the Adult Protective Services division of the Department of Human Services. If this was an internet email dating scam they won't stop attempting to contact you. You could sue if defrauded but it is very unlikely that any attorney would take it on a contingency basis.
... successor trustee, an attorney, immediately took over trust - we found stepmothers daughter liquidated all properties and assets of stepmother while she was alive and put it into trust - trustee did not notify any of the 4 current beneficiaries from our side of the family (we are easily found)... Read more »
Yes, that is possible. A spouse is entitled to 1 vehicle of their deceased husband or wife, IF they want it, unless the title is held jointly with some other person. Sorry about your mom, hope she gets better, and that her new husband, IF they get married makes her life a bit better.
Less expensive method would be to conduct Adult Protective Services division of the Department of Human Services in your county, share your concerns, and ask that they check on your dad. You also may want to go over to visit him, and take a witness with you to video your asking to visit. You also...Read more »
The loaned money may be an asset of the estate. Much would depend upon various defenses the partner may have. You would file a probate action and sue as personal representative of the estate if the partner does not pay voluntarily.
If your parents are receiving Medicaid benefits there is a potential that the State may want to place a lien on the property. There are many factors to consider including timing of your name being added to the title and who contributed funds....Read more »
She's retired but sensing all her money to these scammers promising her all kinds of gifts. She has lost her health insurance and she has M.S. and hasn't paid any bills in over 4 months because they keep telling her as long as she keeps sending them her money they will give her all kinds of money... Read more »
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal...Read more »
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