I am caregiver for my mom. I was on the original lease for 40 years ago. My children are now with my for additional help and the management company is saying my kids cannot be here
You are the care giver and are permitted to reside there. While they are no doubt helpful, your children wouldn't qualify as care givers so they cannot reside there.
A proper response would require a much more thorough and complete investigation into the history and facts set forth in your question. Any statements provided by me regarding your inquiry is nothing more than an opinion, and does not represent legal advice or create a client relationship.
Are you still on the lease? If not, you have no separate rights to be there.
Is this an over 55 building? If so, unless you are over 55, you can only be there as a caregiver for mom and your minor children will not count as caregivers.
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