Guardian also changed elders assets into his own, refinanced elders property and paid his own note from elder which maxed out the mortgage on elders home.Guardian did not give the nursing home vital medical information about the elder. Decades of family violence between the guardian and the elder. Guardianship is being transferred. Guardian has lost elder many thousands of dollars. Elder must be spun down now for medicaid. The 60 mos lookback is up in August 2012, huge issues since 2007,
I'm sorry. It sounds like a difficult situation, if not a tragedy, but what's the question? You've given us a bunch of facts and I'm not clear what you're asking. Generally, if you have evidence of this stuff, it needs to be reported to the authorities as elder abuse, but the suggestion that the court's changing the guardian indicates that they're already aware of it. You might want to submit a new question or add a comment that clarifies what you're asking.
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If the question is, "what happens next?" then the answer might be that the successor guardian will seek remedies against the former guardian for recovery of funds if such action is worthwhile.
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