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Eventhough he admitted in a meeting with my lawyer and his that he just changed his mind and wants the house back in his name, and I woudl not sign it back over and since my father's name is XXXXX XXXXX well he is also part of the lawsuit. The other son has moved in with him and has not worked for 7 years and we feel as so does all lawyers involved feels teh son is pressuring him to get the house back so that he can have it. Also, my grandfather is very bad with money. He spent 116K in less than 1 year, as much as I tried to keep him from, I could not... I do haev records of where all the money went but he even thinks I took that money also...
It is basically his word against mine and that is what worries me. Will him admitting he changed his mind in teh meeting help me since he said it in front of both my lawyer and his lawyer? Or could his lawyer "not recall" it.
Sorry to ask more but this is troubling me..... and I looked after him since 2003 in all his finianicals and always did as he asked and I can prove it. I did not even know I was POA until several years after 2003. (I was actually made POA when i lived in another state in 2001) I just hate to spend alot of money on court to see this land go back to him and then to his habitual drug using son.....
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