I am so sorry to hear about your parents difficulties. But I agree with Attorney Solis that you need to get an attorney involved.
May I recommend that you contact the Palm Springs Bar Association and apprise them of your situation. Some cities have attorneys who volunteer to assist the elderly. If such a group exists in or near Palm Springs hopefully the Bar Association will know.
Also, you may want to contact the Senior Center in your city and let them know about your parents' situation. Maybe they can provide some other ideas to assist your parents.
you need to hire an attorney to litigate this issue. Unfortunately, with little money it will be difficult, but unless he was tricked out of the money or his interest in the property, doubtful law enforcement will pursue it as elder abuse.
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If the attorney who changed title and the real property are located in Mexico it is my opinion that your parents may need to resolve the issue in Mexico.
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