My father had a heart attack and was on life support. It affected his cognitive function and now he is in a nursing home. Both my sister and I live out of state and a conservator was appointed by the court.
The conservator has decided that his home and all of his possessions need to be sold, even though my dad has 1.4 million in usable cash. My sister and I were allowed to ask for a few items.
I traveled to his home two days ago and picked up the few things we could take. Yet, I was not allowed to look through the house and was given an inventory list that was 10 percent complete. There are very valuable things not listed.
I went to see my dad and asked the facility if he has been told that his life's possessions are being sold at a garage sale, and they said no one has been by to speak with him. I was his first visitor since Covid 19 hit.
I know he may not understand, but it seems so wrong that he is not told. It is awful.
Has anyone else experienced this? I lost my job due to Covid and cannot pay for an attorney, but is there anything I can do?