yes and how to find the attorney that is not directly connected to this county court system where they may have to make deals instead of fighting for my mother's protection and financial injury.
I think I need an alder abuse attorney that can file an action on my mother's behalf and mine for various types of claims/issues.
yes - and how to get referral to proper attorney
Thank you for that info - was already aware of the various issues and did research on elder abuse law. I was also aware of the P.I. part of any potential action to file. It is always good to confirm with an expert on these type of issues.
May I ask another question related to the original questions/issue at hand?
As of this moment, no action has been filed against the facility/nursing home that filed for guardianship w/o notice to me, who kept her in their facility against her will, and used state and federal funds to do this. There are other issues that relate to neglect/abuse, personal injury, but at this point no action against them has been filed.
Just yesterday a worker from Adult protective service calls me and demands to see my mother's bank statements for last 5 mos due to a complaint by this facility that I because my mother/I have not paid their bill that I am financially exploiting my mother. I want to know if I am obligated to provide this information without any court order? If I am obligated to show bank statements, shouldn't it be only for the month or so in question? not the past 5 months? Also, I want to know if I must show her statements, can I demand/stipulate that I will come to them in person and show them the required month(s) but do not allow them to keep a copy?
That is three questions, but I have asked for APS to send me the appropriate paperwork so that I may take appropriate action.
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