I have battled for my dad in this hospital. Made enemies. Now I am a rule breaker, who speakers so loudly that the staff is afraid of me( I have no hearing in my left ear, and my father is profoundly death) the door must be kept open and the drape...
The hospital, nursing home, assisted living facility have a responsibility to their residents that may include monitoring your contact with your dad. It may feel like intimidation and force, but consider that they have their roles in caring for your dad which are not exactly congruent with yours.See question
I have been legally blind since birth. I am now 63 years old and have only been receiving $750. per month from social security. Is there another program where I could collect more .
You should explore your eligibility for Supplemental Security Income which is a needs-based program.See question
This is in regard to elder law and application for Masshealth (Massachusetts' version of Medicaid). My brother, who is 72 years of age, and I have a joint bank account. The money is all mine but I have his name there just in case (old age). As he ...
In Michigan, the presumption is that all the money belongs to the Medicaid applicant, but if you can prove that the other person was the source of the funds, then none of it will count against the applicant. Before you put someone else's name on your money, be sure that you can prove that it WAS your money.See question
My mother was ramrodded out of her home. Her husband's daughter came into their home one day and basically forced mom out of the home through emotional and physical abuse. there is a quit claim deed which specifically states she is allowed to st...
If she has a life estate she has the right to occupy the house during her lifetime. She has the authority to evict the others from the house. Whether she chooses to exercise her rights is up to her.See question
My mother refuses to deal with her alcoholism and is making life extremely difficult for my family to co-exist with her. She refuses to get help.
Q: Is it possible to evict my mother when I'm purchasing a home from her on a land contract? I am listed as a co-owner on the deed.
A: Yes. But be sure your records on having made the payments called for in the land contract are in order.
The reason to do transfer later is to avoid any issues with the bank and mortgage. I only have a few years left to pay off.
Agree that you can do it, but it won't matter until you retitle the house. This is why 90% of trusts fail - people don't put their stuff in the trust.See question
My sister wants to revoke a power of attorney drawn in Florida (where she lived). She has resided in Oregon for about 2 years. The power of attorney from Florida is witnessed by 2 witnesses & notarized which, (from what I gathered online), is the...
You can always revoke a power of attorney while you're competent. GIven the facts, I'd say you need to get with local counsel pronto!See question
My Neices Mother died in 2008 and suppossibly there is a trust for her once she reached 27 her Dad just died this past October, and her stepmother doesn't get along with my neice. Also she no longer lives in Michigan where her parents are from. Is...
One upside of using trusts is that there is no public record (except of recorded real estate transfers) of the trust. As you're discovering, that can be a downside, when the records are not available.See question
I was going around a roundabout and my car hit black ice and slid into the curb. The guy behind me slid into the back off my car. I only have a small dent in the back of my car and he has some chipped paint and a small dent on the front of his. He...
The rear ender is usually at fault...See question
My son was on the news because another high school student posted a picture of him holding a pellet gun, and added caption saying not to attend school on Monday
You can try to sue, but I doubt you'll find an attorney willing to take the case with an expectation of success...See question