my step mother has life estate on my fathers house. I 100% owner after her death. At this time i am not aloud on property by her. She has been sent paperwork from lawyer detailing her responsibilites. I have not recieved homeownes insurance paperw...
As the remainderman, you should retain counsel to investigate your options to enforce your stepmom's obligation to maintain the property.See question
I had a dhr worker that had to do durg test for six months and she not .And she not calling or coming to see where I live is living care for my kids .She talk to my sister not me
Sounds like you need to get a real attorney in your area to find out what's going on... Right now it appears that the case worker is dealing with your sister regarding your kids, which suggests that your sister has custody....See question
How can I get visitation rights to see my father he 54yr old an I'm 39 his mother don't accept me want let me have any contact with my father she has guardianship.
If the guardian will not give you access to your father, you're going to have to petition the probate court that granted the guardianship for permission.See question
Last year I had power of attorney over a minor whose parents were both in jail. The father of the child has not provided for or lived in the same home as the minor in at least 4 months. The minor is not enrolled in school and is staying with me no...
No one can "give [you] guardianship" other than the probate court... The parents may consent or not, but the decision is with the court.See question
Unfortunately, my sister was charged with two DUI's in 2010. My family was in the middle of trying to get her help but she kept driving. Once she did get help, we realized she was dealing with untreated mental illness (bipolar & borderline persona...
Don't pay and don't worry... how can you get blood from a stone? Or from a disabled person's social security?See question
My parents arrived a month ago. Father is 65 and mother is 55.
If your folks arrived a month ago, how can they be permanent residents? And if they are, you would have had to sponsor them, so that you will be responsible for their care... Maybe this is an immigration question...See question
My mother have been in and out of these children's lives for the last 7 months I've had them 5 of the 7 and for the last 2 these has had them in and out of meth House's providing no care for the 2 children and no stability or home and now she is i...
Get guardianship and conservatorship through probate... Child Protective Services should be willing to help you.See question
Family member with dementia was victimized by a caregiver who ran up lots of bills in his name in California. Most have been paid off but there are a few left. He now lives in Texas, is ill and in a nursing home. He has no assets except a retir...
Sure he can be sued, but if the retirement account is an IRA or 401(k), they won't be able to seize it... Also, put his social security in a separate account...See question
Currently there is no power of attorney set up for them, but 2 of 3 of their adult children are attempting to force them into a nursing home against their will. They both have health issues and my grandfather has the beginning stages of dementia, ...
So long as they are competent and not a danger to themselves or others, what your grandparents want is what they'll get. But. Why do you think your aunts/uncles are "attempting to force them into a nursing home against their will."? Beware of acting on insufficient information or sentiment... It is not at all unusual for people who don't really know what's going on to interfere (with all good intentions) with what needs to happen...See question
They buy her bras without consulting me , buy the wrong size and tell me they don't have to ask me
The nursing home is responsible for making sure that your mom is properly clothed. Your power of attorney (depending on its terms) probably lets you spend mom's money on the things she needs, but does not require the NH to consult with you on everything.See question