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Just wondering if anyone has endured this happening in their family where the elderly signed away everything and did not know it. And did anyone win with proving fraud and if so any advice on this procedure would be amazing.

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Im dealing with it now, however I can prove the notary was bogus and the signatures were not my mom. My mom vehemently denies transferring title and I strongly believe her. In effort to deter me from court, my mail was forward, I happen to check the courts today and Friday is court day. I will keep you posted on the outcome.
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I am getting help from our attorney general. I have read case law where these cases have been won. There is hope.
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I really dont know about winning a case, were going through the same thing. In my opinion, go to the county prosecutor, and give them any proof you might have that this happened, and let them investigate. More people need to get involved, or the problem will just get worse. Most officals where I live are part of the problem, not the solution, i'm frustrated also. Good luck!
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My other sibling is in the banking mortgage industry for a couple decades now. And recently a reverse mortgage was taken out with 2/3 of the slotted monies taken and just my brother and father on the account. With no POA on record with the RM company.
He has had dementia for years. There are a decade of physician papers with his notes indicating which medicines for dementia and Alzheimer's he is on. Dr notes have evolved with his disease explaining from visit to visit as to what level of Demntia he has and eventually a few months before the RM the dr notes stated not able to drive, live alone etc. with my brother name noted on the dr notes as being fully aware and telling dr of his irrational behavior, wandering, hallucinations and such in regards to change his medication. Everything of his has been liquidated. Will missing. Deeds to other property missing. This is unbelievable.
There have been some traces to prove the money was used for personal use and not on my father. Extravagant vehicles. Vacations. Shopping trips which was talked through social
Media. But being financially educated In that field allows for savvy stealing as we found some money hidden in escrow So the paper trail jumps and is spotty. And my father now has so many debts that he never had before. My wife and I are older and cannot take on his debts too. But are trying to take care of him the best we can. He will eventually need to move to a nursing facility which now he only has state aid and no personal resources to help in his care.
If anyone has encountered anything like this I would appreciate knowing how it turned out.
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Bob, you might not get responses from people with specific experience, but you could get more responses from other posters if you provide some more information on this situation.

E.g., who was responsible for getting your parents to execute a reverse mortgage? A few years ago, a potential borrower had to consult with another individual of his/her choice to discuss the issue. I believe this was because reverse mortgages can be so financially devastating.

Another issue would be whether this person received any of the proceeds and how they were used, i.e., not for your parents.

Most importantly, what proof do you have that you could show to law enforcement so they can refer the case to a prosecuting attorney?
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