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So long as your grandma has the mental capacity to enter into a POA, then she can sign it before a notary. There are POAs for financial decisions and POAs for health decisions. The best th …Read more

Q Elderly mother has been in nursing home for years. She has used ALL her life savings to pay for it and is now out of money. She receives Medicare but not Medicaid, yet. She owns a very small home …Read more

Blog posted week ago inElder LawbyWilliam R. Pelger

You can use a quit claim deed or a ladybird deed or leave it in your will. There are options. Please see your lawyer to assist you. Or, I can help. Please call.

Q My sister and I have had joint POA since , but not immediate. We have never exercised any POA. I have been taking care of her, although she is in an independent living place. I do …Read more

Blog posted week ago inElder LawbyWilliam R. Pelger

Blog posted week ago inElder LawbyWilliam R. Pelger

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Im not clear on your question, but given the complexity of your case your best course of action would be to contact an attorney for a full consultation.

Q How can I get POA over my grandma? and What do I turn the forms in?

Q Eight years ago, my sister convinced our mother to leave a HUD subsidized senior complex to live in her house instead. At the time she wanted our mother to take care of her house while she lived el …Read more

Blog posted days ago inElder LawbyWilliam R. Pelger

Q My Dad and Mom are joint owners of their checking account. Mom has dementia. If they were to make me their son a coowner of the checking account, can Mom sign even though she has dementia? Pitt …Read more

Q I have lived with my grandmother for over years now and raised both of my children here with her. When her children found out she left the house to me as a life estate they stopped talking to he …Read more

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Blog posted week ago inElder LawbyWilliam R. Pelger