And leaving the state where he is ALF for over two years ?
Mother has been out of the state for close to 2 years. And won't be able to drive or care for herself. But still holds guardianship for my father. All bills are being paid to the ALF buy sister. I care for all my fathers needs and travel and don't get a dime for over two years. I buy all his vitamins and take him out to restaurants weekly and doctor appointments and etc. But my mother holds guardianship on my father. And my sister who never was around as much is now in the picture helping my mother since she is guardian. My father has done much better now and not as medicated. Now he has a life with me and is very active loves to dance and listen to music and goes sometime to the gym.
He had a very sad past living with my mother and she was over medicating him and he ended up in hospice. Now 4 years later at the age of 88 years old. He is doing much better and it is upsetting to my mother that she is failing.
My sister won't get a note from her doctor to declare that she is no longer able to care for my father and I don't know how to turn to now. If anyone can help please let me know what I can do without an attorney. Because I can't afford one. I just wish he could have his day in court to let the judge know what he wants in life now that he is not drugged up anymore.