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How can I protect my sick mom from my brother?

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 08th, 2017 on Elder Law - New Jersey
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My mother is very sick with Parkinson and my brother is taking advantage of her bullying her to buy him a house and now is pushing her very hard to buy him a dump truck and give him my father's recycling business. How can i legally protect her from his demands?
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Answered on Mar 11th, 2017 at 5:20 AM

You can file a guardianship to declare your mother incapacitated.  Then she cannot divest herself of her assets, and the court will monitor her finances.  If you are in Monmouth or Ocean Counties, call my office and I can help you.  If you are in another county, use the Lawyers.com search functions to find an elder law attorney in the county in which your mother lives. 

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As adults age, they often lose some mental acuity while also facing more physical limitations. These health conditions put senior citizens at greater risk of exploitation and abuse. At the same time, the elderly need to think about their long-term medical and financial needs, and make estate plans to ensure their legacy after they pass away. An elder law attorney can work with seniors and their families to address issues such as advanced directives, powers of attorney, living wills and last wills and testaments. Elder law lawyers can also help families intervene if a guardianship or conservatorship is necessary. And personal injury law firms with experience in elder issues can help victims of elder abuse and nursing abuse take civil and criminal legal actions against their abusers.
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