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You are not liable for his bills simply becasue your name is XXXXX XXXXX account. If your funds are in his account then you can lose those funds to creditors. If you want him out of your house you can evict him. You will need to follow the notificaton requirements for your community/state to properly force him to leave.
If you have undertaken responsibility for his care then you must do so reasonably. If he dies you are not liable for any of his debts. For all practical purposes you are his landlord/roomate
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Oh, I now realize that I'm not vulnerable and your opinion helps me to feel better. Actually I don't know if I could live with myself if I "threw" him out. It's a sad situation and I'm trying to be polite with great difficulty on my part. He's just not a good mate for me in many ways. We differ drastically on religion, politics and life philosophies. I made a stupid mistake.
He is driving me crazy.
For his part: he does not beat me, he is very pollite, he is basically a "nice" man, he does the best he can, he does all the dishes
So, I'll probably have to keep him given the fact that he has no one else in life: just me.In the beginning I did love him. He's not the man I thought (or dreamed of) he was. So, thanks for the information.
I'm relieved and grateful to you.
Customeralmost 79 years old