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Response to cpamomfromtexas (Original post)

Sat May 26, 2018, 05:01 AM

24. Get to an elder-care advocate and get an attorney.

We had to do this with my dad-in-love; his Alzheimer's would allow for nothing less. THE most wonderful guy I've ever met, and seriously had no brain cells left in year 9 through 10.

Keep recording everything. We were lucky; his will was in order and all bequests made including a video in the attorney's office a few years before.

If it's legally your money, almost any elder-care advocate (like the folks do in hospice care) can give you a referral. Hold your head up; there's a solution.

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