my wife and sister in law are beneficiaries
for their 97 year old aunt who lives in the Villages in Florida. She lived self-sufficient until a little over a year ago when she broke a hip and hasn't been back to the home since (we don't think so) We are in CT. My wife and sister in law were just asked to sign something so she could sell her house, but it was the first they heard of it being sold, assuming so she can pay for assisted living or whatever. There are a few \"friends\" that seem to be isolating the aunt from my wife and sister in law, taking advantage of the aunt in her old age. We can't even get a number to call her directly. We even found out last yr that they were appraising her house weeks after she broke her hip, taking jewelry and other things, supposedly just to protect her. There are/were a lot of antiques and family heirlooms that they fear are now gone. My wife and sister retained a lawyer a couple years back and caught one \"friend\" in the act, but now different ones seem to be doing the same thing. Any advice as far as what they can do if anything?"
JA: PayPal, Debitcard or credit card are all fine. Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: she is in FLA
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
Customer: my wife and sister filed something when they originally retained a lawyer in 2015, but have been out of the loop lately and frankly are giving up.
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: no, i' realize I'll have to dig up some info from my ffe so it could take a while.