I advise talking to an attorney about a Guardianship for her if she is not able to care for herself. Then you can move her into a home and out of your home. There would be an investigation by the court and the court would decide what should happen.
For eviction, you file a 20 day notice to move out by the end of the month (so do it before the 10th). Then when she does not move out and has had proper notice, you start an Unlawful Detainer action against her. These are not complicated, so many people do them without an attorney. Of course, having an attorney do it will make sure it is done right the first time.
In your area you could probably get an attorney to do it flat rate for $700-1000. The sooner you get her out, the sooner you get renters in there. The whole process can take about 2 months.
I hope this helps.
Your question has two different issues: (1) eviction of a tenant and (2) dealing with trespassing thieves.
Attorney Jacobsen's addressed issue (1) eviction of your mother--a difficult decision to be sure.
Issue (2) the brother's "drug addicted friends" who enter your property and steal should be introduced to your local law enforcement agency. Recommend you immediately contact the police next time they enter your property. Might be a good idea to warn off the brother before they come over again and maybe they'll stay away.
I am licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia, answering your query and my answer do not create an attorney-client relationship and I am not providing you legal advice. You should speak with an attorney to whom you have provided all the facts, before you take steps that may impact your legal rights--or rights to recovery of damages. I wish you the best of luck with your situation.
First of all I take it that you dont want to evict your mom but you feel she needs help do to Alzheimers and is being abuse (as are you) by people who are taking advantage. You can see a lawyer about conservatorship or ask adult protective services or even the police (when druggies are present on the property stealing etc).
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I would highly recommend that you consult with an attorney about a conservatorship and an Elder Abuse Protective Order.
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