Visted Father, Cursed and Told to Leave

by Sue
(King of Prussia, PA)

My father 91 had a heart attack and was taken from the hospital from my sister. When I went to visit Dad I was cursed and told to leave. Dad does not have all his faculties. He is being convinced to sell his real estate because they can't afford him. I can help him but my sister send me a no trespassing and communications letter which is insane.


I was only there twice and had dinner with dad in 8 months with his bodyguard Her husband. I hired a lawyer who took advantage of me and did very little. Went to the police twice and then saw dad. Please tell me what to do

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by: Anonymous

I have a feeling there is a lot going on behind the scenes you are likely not aware of. It's completely possible your sister and her husband have convinced him to give her power of attorney over his financial matters and they are working hard to move everything into their names.

You being in the picture puts a big kink into plans. I don't know this situation, but I have seen this happen before.

An elder law attorney would be alert to this activity and know what can be done, but it will cost you to pursue this. If your dad is mentally not aware of things, law enforcement would likely be called in.

Just my feeling about what you wrote.

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