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Granddaughter refuses to move them out. Grandma wants her granddaughter to live there because she loves the grandkids.

See an attorney about evicting the extras. Your mother can evict the unwanted tenants. Since your mother only agreed on her granddaughter and great-grandchildren as tenants, the others have no legal right of tenancy. In fact, the sooner you evict the easier the eviction should be.

BTW - Father should be paying child support from the time of the first divorce hearing when a temporary parenting plan is ordered.
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I watch over my mother like a hawk. I make sure she goes places and has food and sees me often. gm lives in a house separate from the house granddaughter does, which is my moms first home.
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grandma lost daddy 3 years ago. grandma wants granddaughter to have a place to live for her and her 2 kids. they are beautiful. granddaughter uses kids to make gm suffer, if gm complains to her about the other 2 girls living there. mom and I love the granddaughter and her 2 kids, but we can't seem to get granddaughter to behave.
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I picked elderly abuse because I didn't know what else to call it. granddaughter only sees gm when she needs something and uses the kids to get my mom to get her things, like clothes and extra food. The father of the kids don't live there nor does he pay child support bc the divorce isn't over, only begun. I have been diagnosed with breast ca, and now oct. 9 have tonsils out bc they suspect cancer. I'm not feeling happy not being able to take care of my mom during this time. I lost my other sister to ALS Oct. 14 2017. Mom and I are having a rough time and this just puts more stress on us. Mom is so sad over how the kids are doing. I could go on and on. thanks for all the responses, I'm 62 in December, and still dealing with taking care of mom and anyone that hurts her, emotionally or financially. :
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Granddaughter had no right to ask other people to live in grandmoms home. Liked asked, where are the granddaughters parents in this? They need to step in for Mom and tell these two girls they can't live there. Give them time to find another place.
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darleneeck Oct 1, 2018
Her father hasn't been in her life since she was 3. Her mother died (my sister) 2013. The granddaughter takes advantage of her grandma, (my mom). This makes it difficult. Granddaughter has 2 kids, 2 and 3 y/o. Grandma has requested the two girls move out, they aren't good influences, plus live for free.
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Can I ask - how old is the granddaughter? Does she have a job or go to school? And - where’s the in-between person, mom or dad who would also be son or daughter, in all of this?
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darleneeck Oct 1, 2018
she's 22. and going on 13.
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Is granddaughter caring for grandma? Is grandma’s problem that she wants granddaughter to be totally available socially for her? That’s a lot to ask. Has granddaughter gone to the other extreme and spends no time with grandma? What about the other two girls? Should the other girls be paying for board and lodging? Is it really ‘elder abuse’, which is the category you chose, or is it just a case of sorting out some clearer ideas about what ‘living in the house’ is supposed to mean?
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