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Not sure what is considered elder abuse if a relative cons a elderly grandparent out of s 45,000 inheritance

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Was thinking of putting a lien on the adult grandchild's house

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Thats Elder abuse and exploitation.Report it to Adult Protective Services and law enforcement.Crimes here they can be prosecuted and sued.

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For more information, visit the Florida Abuse Hotline.

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  3. Signs or indications of harm or injury, including a physical description if possible;
  4. Relationship of the alleged possible responsible person to the victim. If the relationship is unknown, a report will still be taken if other reporting criteria are met.

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You my need a guardianship of their estate.Guardian can sue them.

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