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I live with my mom who has alzhiemers. I have lived with her

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I live with my mom who has alzhiemers. I have lived with her for 2 years and 4 mos. Recently my fiancees daughter was killed in an accident. They say she was a meth cook. Well someone put on the internet that I was also smoking meth in my mothers house not true. Anyways my brother and sister came and took my mother who is her own guardian to their house and told me to get out. Can the legally do this?

Good morning,

 

I'm sorry to hear of your dilemma.

 

The house belongs to your mother, not to your brother ans sister. Your mother can ask you to leave but they can not.

 

Because you are considered a tenant in your mother's house, regardless of whether you pay any rent or not, if you do not leave voluntarily, she will have to file eviction proceedings against you in court--the same way she would if she had rented the house to a stranger.

 

You don't have to leave based on the say so of your brother and sister.

 

I wish you well.

 

 

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Best regards,

 

 

Doug

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