no evidence they going buy, what they saw in his account in his money before he started doing direct deposit there, mind you hes had lean and taxes he wasn't paying befor he got sick, and he had overdrawl fees that might have sucked his account up while no funds were there in those months. can they sue us or take us to court over a here say or suspicion of thinking we mismanaged his money he had bills clothes personal things he needed before he started the direct deposit. this is unfair we should not have to pay those months we are not obligated to assume his payments of rent if he has small checks or his rent out weighs what he brings in on the regular
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Is it possible if we made some kind of arrangement to divide the 5,000.
like 2500 a piece for me and my brother to pay our middle brother rent. because moving him not good he is establishing friends and its close to us plus the continuity of care another hospital may do the same thing grass not always greener. I was thinking last resort to resolve the stress and contention and not to give him care cause he aint got money. maybe just 10 dollars a month or 25 dollars a month from each of us to pay it off. if it comes to that I rather not have his direct money stop and start again and months loss of a rent and somebody have to pay that if he moves it takes a month or so to switch his funds over to another facility to direct deposit his funds to go to another one. I already sent them a certify letter that we don't have the money to pay his back rent. nor are we obligated there is no brother of sister law like you said.
One more last question would it be wise to see what they going to do or just let them put him in another facility that's mean to evict him if this is the rout. can we counter sue for neglect and file complaint to ombudsman what good will that do. thank you for your time, and anyways all the skill nursing homes are bad one is not above another unless you live in a rich area. demographics matter.
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