Please forgive this long letter. But we need help.
A caregiver has filed a motion based first on a bogus (on many different levels) contract
for services from "July 1, 2014 to April 14, 2015 as a permanent seven (7) days a week full time live in caregiver".
Foremost, my then 87 yr old Uncle who was not rich, but had a rooming house, had signed a contract (that I have) June 23, 1914 for services with an agency so he could have 72 hrs of care every other week so he could have chemotherapy. This agency employed the claimant who we met as a prospective caregiver from the agency June 23, with her first day of service being June 30 to July 1, 2014. The Agency had invited the Dept of Aging Resident Care Coordinator to the signing meeting (where she also met the claimant) to see if my Uncle qualified for Community Care Program Funding to defray the cost of the Service until his 90-day waiting period for his federal long term care insurance
would be met because otherwise he had to pay out of pocket (Which he did, $2,200 for the month of July).
The Depart of Aging approved 22.5 hrs a week August 14 and named the claimant as the caregiver and (Niece?, another story of intrigue). August my Uncle wrote a check (that I have) to the claimant for $700 (memo-line, house work). There is evidence that he paid her in cash while the Depart of Aging sent different caregivers from August 31, 2014 to March 5, 2015 when he was admitted to UofC hospital, thereafter he never returned home and died June 5, 2015.
Large Print notes written by the claimant to my Uncle after March 20 said that he owed her for last month's rent (she had been barred from seeing my Uncle from March 6- March 20). Another note said, do not tell anyone you are paying me cash (which we got when we had a locksmith and Police remove her from my uncle's home April 15, 2015. I do not know when she started living there but she kept her apartment in HydePark. I have signed rent receipts, one written to my Uncle to cover late charges from the owner of the building in February, 2015).
There is also an identical Homecare Service Contract that the claimant had prepared for the Guardian's court case (another story who were called in for help March 18, 2015), where she was claiming against the estate July 8, 2015. The contracts have the exact same wording and pagination but a different date of service of July 1, 2014 to March 30, and different forged signature for my Uncle. His signatures can be compared to those on his checks and contracts with the other agency and other vendors. The fact that she signed his name to a Bogus Power of Attorney
she also noted in a Note to my Uncle, claiming that she was using it to get him out of the Resident Care Facility and tat he could change it later if he wanted to. There were also note about them getting married.
There is also a host of evidence that he had paid her. He also told the Dept of Aging Adult Protective Service Supervisor March 10, 2015 (who I had called also on March 10) at the hospital that he had been paying the claimant cash about $800 per month. Large print notes from the Claimant had asked that he not tell anyone that he paid her cash tell them you are waiting for long term care to come through. There is a host of evidence that include money laundering
and a mind boggling host of elder abuse scams perpetrated by the claimant many involving bogus Police Reports that the claimant made, one of which went to court that she also lost, was dismissed. A bogus charge accusing my son of threatening to kill her on the same day she told the watch off my Uncle dead body at the wake that led to a Police Report being file, and her arrest on July 8 from the Guardian Court Hearing where they were closing their case for guardianship and she was there to claim against the estate with the first bogus contract.
My question is: Where do we look for a lawyer with expertise in defending such a case and what kind of a lawyer would this be? Clearly crimes have been committed by the claimant whose Bogus: Charges, Police Reports, Trials that include also the use of aliases has demonstrated an arrogance with respect to the judicial system that she has been successful with in preying against the elderly.