The hard part is over.
I'm matching you with one of our specialists who will be calling you in the next few minutes.
If anyone wants to read the article, search for "Metro Detroit woman says probate guardianship case is tearing family apart", or PM me and I'll provide the link.
And a word to posters whose siblings aren't working toward their parents' best welfare, but are quarreling or squabbling: with this family, it began with siblings not allowing another sibling in the house where the parents live. The locked out sibling went to court to gain access to help care for her parents, but the judge instead appointed a public guardian.
From there, the situation went downhill.
These stories are unsettling, but it seems to be more frightening when it's in my state.
This is one time when I really applaud the local news reporters for their perseverance in sharing a valuable lesson as well as warning for other caregivers.
This was through pleadings I read in court appointment guardianships, or conservatorships, or both. It was over a decade ago and I don't remember all the details except that I was shocked and angry to see such abuse.
Unfortunately, the elderly are vulnerable, there are a lot of predators who will exploit anyone, including elders, as I'm finding out in trying to find a private duty care firm.