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See about retaining an atty who can counsel you on possibly filing for guardianship for either or both of them.  

Retain an atty and see if you need a guardianship.  I would also consider a hotline wellness call to the state to see if they are being treated properly.

Hi, I do divorces in Dallas County. If you would like a free consultation, please let me know. ~Renea

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Collecting on a Financial Elder Abuse Judgment

It can take years to obtain a final judgment in a financial elder abuse case. Therefore, a critical first step when initiating a financial elder abuse case is securing the defendant’s property t ... Read more

Financial Elder Abuse In California Securities Arbitrations

California’s Welfare & Institutions Code provides a series of remedies for financial abuse of those age 65 or older. For years, financial elder abuse has been plead in investor arbitration c ... Read more

Will family members pay the price for a Medicaid transfer?

Q: Grandmother was paying $14k/month to private homecare agency so I (grandson) moved in to take over her care before she ran out of savings. She has paid me $2,400/month for the same care, and I have ... Read more

Can I turn down the adult protection service ?

Q: A lady from the adult protection service was contacted by my sister and the lady has came out to the home 3 times. She keeps leaving a card on my porch. I am 38 years old. Is there a way for me to ... Read more

Will a GoFundMe account for medical expenses affect SSDI or taxes?

Q: My mother is 59 and has a dual defibrillator in her heart, very lucky she survived the two-day surgery. She worked in real estate over 30 years and due to her heart is now on SSDI. Many of the thin ... Read more

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