Paul Looney's answer Go to the bank and complete a fraud affidavit. The bank should begin refunding stolen funds. Change your credit cards, bank cards, etc. The bank can handle that off the top. Consequences? There should be none after it is established the bank recognizes the fraud. Hope this has been helpful, and good luck.
Terry Lynn Garrett's answer A person suffering from dementia usually has a doctor's diagnosis. When dementia is first diagnosed, the person likely still has legal capacity to sign a Will, a Medical Power of Attorney and similar documents. Whether the person still has legal capacity to sign a Durable Power of Attorney varies.
Whether your father had legal capacity to sign the documents at the time he signed them cannot be assessed without reference to his medical records.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer This is a situation in which the contractor has potential civil liability to you and criminal liability to the state.
In criminal cases, the alleged victim can't really "drop the charges" and make the case magically disappear like on TV. You can tell the police and/or prosecution that you hope they dismiss the case, that you don't want to cooperate, and that you will not VOLUNTARILY testify in court... so you could agree to do those things but YOU could be committing a crime yourself...
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer The Texas Rangers investigate corruption by public officials. If you've run afoul of the Good 'Ol Boy Network you might just call to see if the Rangers are interested in the case.
Peter Munsing's answer Generally people that protest and keep on get reductions. Suggest you collect documents firs. Then talk to journalists, file a complaint with the health department and the insurance department. Certainly sounds like an abusive practice.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer How in t he world did you expect someone to answer this question 3 years ago when you needed an answer? You certainly had an attorney on your side, and your attorney would have answered it for you.
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